According to several published reports online, wide receiver Dez Bryant and cornerback Perrish Cox won't participate in the Oklahoma State pro day tomorrow.
ESPN's David Ubben reports that Bryant will hold a private workout on March 25. This is poor timing for Bryant. Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford will hold a workout the same day.
Cox has been barred from the workout by Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy. During the Cotton Bowl week, Cox broke curfew twice and was suspended for the game. Not allowing him in the workout is a continuation of that suspension.
However, it sure seems like something else is going on there. Suspending a player a game for missing curfew is one thing. But not allowing him to basically audition for a job is another.
DraftInsider.net is reporting that Cox will hold a private workout on March 30.
Bryant was suspended by the team in October after lying about interactions he had with Deion Sanders.