With two TV interviews on Thursday, Cowboys wide receiver turned an otherwise relatively quiet day at The Star in Frisco into a "he said what?!" fest.
In his pair of interviews, Butler said that he would have to start if he were to re-sign with Dallas this offseason and appeared to throw shade at Dez Bryant, coaches and even team owner Jerry Jones.
We asked our SportsDay Cowboys Insiders whether the team should be alarmed by Butler's public criticisms. Here are their takes:
What should be concerning to the Cowboys is the trend that most of their receivers are frustrated by the offense and how it limits what they can do. Brice Butler made his feelings known Thursday, Dez Bryant voiced his concerns at the end of the season and Cole Beasley called 2017 his most-frustrating season of his career. All three said they felt like they were limited on the routes they were allowed to run. That should be the concern. Most the receivers are frustrated by the same thing, how they're limited within the scheme.