Cowboys news: Randy Gregory calls the Dallas fanbase “toxic” and claims ownership acted in “bad faith”
FILE - Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory faces reporters following an NFL football game against the New England Patriots, Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021, in Foxborough, Mass. The Denver Broncos and defensive end Randy Gregory have agreed on a $70 million, five-year contract that will prevent the Dallas Cowboys from keeping one of their top targets in free agency, a person with knowledge of the deal said Tuesday, March 15, 2022. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)

Randy Gregory Rips Dallas Cowboys ‘Toxic Fan Base’- Mike Fisher, Sports Illustrated

Along with claiming that Dallas ownership acted in “bad faith.”

Randy Gregory has put the Dallas Cowboys behind him – contractually, if not emotionally.

Gregory spent Wednesday night in Denver dining with Broncos team officials … and posting a message of thanks to the Broncos that is also, obviously, meant as a message to the Cowboys as well.

And on Sunday, he sent another message to Cowboys Nation, responding to pokes on Twitter by writing that the Cowboys have “a toxic fan base that believe I owe them something. LOL.”

Earlier this week, just moments after the Cowboys announced they had agreed to terms on a new five-year deal with the defensive end, Gregory (and his agent) has a changing of the mind, spurning Dallas to instead agree to a five-year, $70 million deal with Denver.

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