NFL wide receiver Dez Bryant will meet with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones about his future today. The star receiver acknowledged the meeting in one of more than two dozen tweets in an hour Thursday night.

Bryant said a bunch of time he was “unbothered” and vows to control what he can control.

“I really been enjoying my offseason,” Bryant tweeted. “I never in my life heard so much media try to destroy a single soul which is very sad but what is so great is I’m so un [expletive] bothered.”

After 105.3 The Fan tweeted Bryant was blasting the media, Bryant replied he wasn’t “blasting anyone.”

Bryant is scheduled to make a $12.5 million base salary and count $16.5 million against the salary cap in 2018. Executive vice president Stephen Jones first talked about Bryant’s future in January, saying the Cowboys had a lot to weigh.

When a fan wished Bryant good luck in his meeting, Bryant replied, “I’m still getting myself together…that’s the only thing on my mind.”

He later added: “The take from today.. I’m bothered because I said publicly I’m unbothered. That’s a huge wow ]]>

The Cowboys could ask Bryant to take a pay cut, or they could release him without a negotiation.  I’m guessing Dez wants to get paid, this could be his last chance for a big contract.