David Wells served as an adviser for Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant through the last few years while Bryant continually ran into problems off the field.
Now Bryant is trying to cut some of his ties with Wells.
According to Jean-Jaques Taylor of ESPNDallas.com, Wells was sent a cease-and-desist letter from Bryant through lawyer Jordan Siev in order to end their formal business relationship. It also noted that Bryant had previously revoked power of attorney privileges for Bryant from Wells.
Per the report, the matter is part of the reason why Bryant has yet to get a new long-term deal with Dallas as the Cowboys want Wells to remain involved with Bryant.
Wells has helped Bryant stay out of trouble after multiple incidents that included being barred from a Dallas area mall and a domestic incident involving his mother. He has also assisted in securing marketing deals for Bryant in the past. Bryant now wants that handled by his agency, Roc Nation.