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Dez Bryant sure could have used some of that Louis XIII Rare Cask going around the Pappa Bros. Steakhouse that night back in 2010. Probably couldn't afford it, though, since he was the one footing the bill for several teammates, none of whom seemed to have a problem letting the then-rookie pay for their $1,300 shots and much, much more. That's how former Dallas Cowboys receiver Jesse Holley remembers the now-infamous meal that Bryant said last week set him back $55,000. "We were ordering $90 Kobe beef steaks. I ordered two of those. I took one home and had steak and eggs for breakfast," said Holley, who added that he remembers several rookies, not just Bryant,...