Will Yoder
Thursday December 29th, 2011

Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is again in financial  trouble as a New York based micro-finance company may sue after the wide receiver has refused to repay the full amount  owed on a $100,000 loan, according to the Boston Herald.

“This was a simple transaction with a loan agreement and promissory note reviewed by Mr. Bryant’s advisors and signed by Mr. Bryant, a spokesman for Endurance Capital Fund told the Boston Herald. “We held up our side of the bargain, now we are simply asking that Mr. Bryant follow through with what he promised to do.

We have reached out to everybody from Mr. Bryant’s agent to his mortgage broker to try to get this debt repaid.  Everyone acknowledges the debt, but nobody will come forward to repay it. This is a unique and disappointing experience. We have never had a client refuse to repay their debt before.”

The paper reports that Bryant still owes more than $50,000 to the finance company. This offseason it became public that Bryant, a rookie in 2010-11, owed more than $800,000 in two separate lawsuits. The Cowboys will face the New York Giants this weekend for the NFC East title.

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