It appears that Dez Bryant's "Mallgate" has come to an end.
The NorthPark Center, an upscale Dallas shopping center, has allowed the Cowboys receiver to return to the mall, dropping their ban.
"Mr. Bryant is welcome to join the millions of valued customers who shop and dine at NorthPark Center," mall spokesman David Margulies told The Dallas Morning News. "NorthPark Center considers last weekend's issues to be closed."
Bryant, the Cowboys' first-round pick in last year's draft, was given a criminal trespassing warning last Saturday for having his pants too low in the mall.
Bryant, who had 561 receiving yards and six touchdowns during his rookie year that was cut short by a fractured ankle, tweeted, "To all my fans I apologize for what's been going on...the situation is behind me...moving forward to this upcoming year."