Cowboys' Sean Lee responds to Dez Bryant: ‘I think he needs to look at himself and hold himself accountable’

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Dez Bryant (Getty Images)

Dez Bryant called former Cowboys teammate Sean Lee a snake on his Twitter account Friday. Lee quickly responded to that comment.

“You know, to be honest, we did butt heads, because I wanted Dez to be more accountable to this team and his teammates,” Lee said (via NBC Sports). “To be honest with you, a lot of the team felt that way. I think he needs to look at himself and hold himself accountable.”

Bryant was released by the Cowboys in mid-April. He implied on Twitter that Lee and Cowboys offensive lineman Travis Frederick had input on Dallas’ decision.  

Lee denied the accusation.

“First thing to say, that I can get anybody off the team and have any input on a roster is absurd,” Lee said. “The second thing [is] I love Dez, and I want the best for him.”

Bryant also criticized the Cowboys play calling last season and Dallas executive Stephen Jones on his Twitter account.

Bryant remains unsigned. But, he is reportedly set to meet with the Browns about a potential contract.