Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant said Philadelphia Eagles players were "being kinda cheap" during the Cowboys 33-10 loss to the Eagles on Thanksgiving Day.

By SI Wire
November 28, 2014

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant said Philadelphia Eagles players were "being kinda cheap" during the Cowboys' 33-10 loss to the Eagles on Thanksgiving Day, ESPN's Calvin Watkins reports.

Bryant didn't elaborate on which players were being cheap. Bryant caught four passes for 73 yards in the game and was seen with a busted lip during a post-game interview.

"They were being kinda cheap, that's another story," Bryant said to ESPN.com. "It is what it is, I'll get it cleaned up and I'll be fine."

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Bryant said the Cowboys will play better the next time they face the Eagles.

"I'm really not mad at all," Bryant said. "They beat us and I'm going to accept that, but [expletive] can't wait, but not looking past Chicago [on Dec. 4], but I cannot wait to go up there and play [Philadelphia] again, cannot wait."

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The Cowboys lost their third straight home game on Thursday and are 8-4 on the season. They play at the Chicago Bears next Thursday.

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