Updated: October 14, 2003, 11:46 AM ETBy By Liam Mchugh | ESPN The Magazine
NO ONE expected Antonio Bryant to be a wallflower when he arrived in Dallas last year. After all, the second-round pick and Pitt All-America WR demanded Michael Irvin's No. 88 and told everyone he'd never be anyone's backup. Then chemistry-busting Terry Glenn joined the Cowboys this summer, bumping Bryant down the depth chart. But a funny thing happened on the way to a confrontation: they became buds.
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