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By PFW staff

Cowboys WR Dez Bryant and three of his friends were given a criminal trespassing warning at a Dallas mall last Saturday for "wearing their pants halfway down their hips exposing their underwear." The four men were asked by security guards at the shopping center to pull their pants up, but they responded with profanities, according to WFAA-TV in Dallas.

Bryant denied the report in an interview with ESPNDallas.com, saying it was a misunderstanding and that he was not the one in the wrong. "The (warning) wasn't toward me. I was trying to figure out what was going on," the second-year pro said.

Some reports said that Bryant was banned from the NorthPark Center for his actions, but that too was denied by the receiver. In fact, on his Twitter page, the 22-year-old said he was headed to that very mall on Wednesday to purchase a new pair of sneakers.

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