IRVING -- Tight end Martellus Bennett might be the first Dallas Cowboys player to feel the wrath of the team’s new get-tough plan.
The Cowboys are looking into ways to discipline and/or fine Martellus
Bennett for a profanity-laced YouTube video he put out earlier this week on his own channel Marty B TV, according to two sources.
In the video, Bennett did a freestyle rap with Dessie Brown to the song "Get Money" where he used profanity and invoked the names of owner Jerry Jones, tight end Jason Witten and quarterback Tony Romo. Bennett used derogatory terms toward blacks and gays.
He wore an autographed Cowboys helmet during the rap.
The team has addressed the situation with Bennett and the video, which
had 23,970 views, has since been removed.
The Cowboys, however, are considering getting some money from Bennett under the conduct detrimental to the team clause, a source said.
I hope they fine the shit out of his dumb ass. How about working on your craft instead of trying to be a youtube Jay Me?!