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Dez Bryant's Mother: Jeff Ireland Should Apologize To Me For Prostitute Question

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Perhaps the most outrageous story to come out of the 2010 NFL Draft was the news that Miami Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland asked a prospective draftee whether his mother worked as a prostitute.

Dez Bryant, who was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the first round, was the recipient of the question, and Ireland later apologized to him.

The NFL, the league's Players Association and the Dolphins' owner all weighed in on the matter.

At least one person is still unhappy, however. Bryant's mother, the subject of the disagreeable inquiry, has not heard from the Dolphins GM.

"No, he has not called," Angela Bryant told FanHouse's Thomas George. "I think he should have.... I am upset about it," she added.

Meanwhile, her son's first day at NFL practice was reportedly "breathtaking."

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