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During the Cowboys/Redskins Thanksgiving game, Josh Norman and Dez Bryant were jawing at each other the entire time. Both players had to get an earful from the refs at one point due to the intensity of the matchup. After the game, Josh Norman said Bryant threatened him by stating, "where I'm from, we unload the clip." Norman took this as a threat of gun violence initially. Dez quickly took to Twitter to deny Josh's claims.
In a turn of events, Norman has backtracked about what "unload the clip" meant in the context of the game. The cornerback now states that it was a metaphor for giving your all in the game. What is the truth? If the 'clip' comment was really said, would you interpret it as a threat or metaphor? Give us your thoughts in the comments below.
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