Colorado inmate sues NFL over Dez Bryant catch that wasn’t


Looks like we have one serious Dallas Cowboys fan lingering in the Colorado state prison system.

Inmate Terry Hendrix, an involuntary resident at the Fremont Correctional Facility in Cañon City has apparently been making good use of the prison library, studying up on some fancy law-type stuff.

He’s suing the league for the curious amount of $88,987,654,321.88 in damages for the referee’s reversal of Cowboys WR Dez Bryant’s pivotal 4th-down catch in the NFC divisional round that would have put them at the 1-yard line with a chance to win the game.

The huge amount is “for but not limited to: negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, and also reckless disregard.”

In his hand-written lawsuit sent via the U.S. mail, Hendrix claims that “Dean Blandino, Gene Steratore, and Roger Goodell are wrong and have stolen a victory from the plaintiffs… The Cowboys’ offensive line would have perfectly created an ‘Autobahn’ for DeMarco Murray to drive into the endzone for the score and victory.”

Download the entire “lawsuit here (via scridb) >


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