Report: No charges against Cowboys' Bryant

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The NFL Network reported Monday that Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was not arrested and will not have charges filed against him following an incident Sunday night at a Miami nightclub.

Bryant settled two lawsuits earlier this month in which he was accused of not paying for jewelry he had ordered. In December, a New York-based finance company sued him for allegedly failing to repay the entirety of a $100,000 loan.

Bryant, the Cowboys' first-round draft pick in 2010, had 63 receptions for 928 yards and nine touchdowns this season.

--LB DeMarcus Ware was the lone member of the Cowboys to be named All-Pro in 2011 in what was another indictment of the team's season and subpar personnel.

--CB Mike Jenkins underwent surgery to repair a dislocated shoulder that had plagued him much of the season. He should be back in time for the start of the offseason program.

--LB Sean Lee has earned a $510,000 roster bonus because of playtime incentives. He will get the money as long as he takes part of the offseason program and training camp. He led the Cowboys with 132 tackles this season.

--OG Derrick Dockery earned $150,000 in incentives in 2011 because he was on the game day roster nine times.

QUOTE TO NOTE
"I had a great run. I've spent 13 years with the Cowboys and all of them were wonderful. The owner has been generous to me." -- Former offensive line coach Hudson Houck, on his decision to retire.

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