If anyone knows about being suspended by the NCAA for something reasonably stupid it's Cowboys wideout Dez Bryant. Bryant was suspended after lying to the NCAA about working out with and visiting Deion Sanders.

And Bryant says he'd be "mad" if the NCAA ends up not suspending Johnny Manziel -- reportedly under investigation for getting paid to sign autographs -- for possible transgressions.

"Hell yeah I'll be mad" Bryant said. "I will be mad. But I don't want him to get suspended. I will be mad more at the NCAA on how they do things. I just feel like it's not fair. This is something I have no problem talking about because I feel like somebody needs to say something to him and let it be known how they treat people is not right."

Bryant's beef isn't necessarily with Manziel as he noted above. It's with an NCAA process that he clearly disagrees with.

It obviously involves his own suspension (even if he ended up doing alright in the NFL Draft regardless) even if he thinks Manziel is being mistreated. Bryant said he believes that NCAA athletes should get paid and that they should also be able to profit off of their autographs.