Bryant, who was cut by the Cowboys in April and is continuing to look for a job after interest from the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns, spent a good portion of the game - as well as postgame - calling out his former team but not his former teammates.
"I rather go somewhere I can show case my skills for real. if I line up next to Gronk [wide receiver Chris] Hogan [Julian] Edelman I'm for sure getting a 1 on 1 match up plus I won't be getting criticized controlled for expressing my love for the game". As you already know, Bryant is not someone who keeps his opinions to himself, and he wanted everyone to know how he felt about the Cowboys' struggles.
And like a true fan, Bryant tweeted throughout the game, sharing his thoughts about the Cowboys' loss.
Upon multiple people in his mentions saying he was making a pitch/begging teams to sign him, Bryant attempted to dispel that notion.
George tweeted that Jones left the locker room quickly without comment as most reporters were interviewing running back Ezekiel Elliott.