Dez Bryant may be the latest professional athlete caught up in a Twitter burner account scandal.
Bryant retweeted and commented on his own tweet sent Tuesday, launching speculation that the free-agent wide receiver was attempting to use a burner profile, but instead, forgot to log out of his main account.
This, of course, would not be the first Twitter-related incident involving Bryant and his former club. He took shots at his former Dallas Cowboys teammates and owner Jerry Jones in a July Twitter rant.
The veteran receiver caught 69 passes for 838 yards and six touchdowns in 16 games with Dallas in 2017. He was released after the season and has yet to sign with a team as a free agent. The three-time Pro Bowler indicated last month that he may sign later in the 2018 season.
Bryant responded to the burner account claims shortly after with another tweet, which has since been deleted.