Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant has entered an agreement with Dallas County prosecutors to complete a year-long counseling program for anger management and other conditions to resolve a misdemeanor family violence charge involving his mother, Angela Bryant.The charge, stemming from an incident last July, will be dropped if Bryant successfully abides with the conditional dismissal agreement, said Debbie Denmon, spokeswoman for Dallas District Attorney Craig Watkins.Were hoping that Dez can become a better person and productive citizen," Denmon said Wednesday. We thought this was in the best interest of all involved.Denmon added that conditional dismissals are commonly used to resolve misdemeanor family violence cases. This is not special treatment, she said. It actually proves were not giving him a slap on the wrist. Or we could have dropped it all together.NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said Bryants case will be reviewed by Roger Goodell, the leagues commissioner, under its personal conduct policy and could face further discipline from the NFL.Bryants lawyer, Royce West, a state senator from Dallas, said he has yet to address how the league would handle the case. West doesn't expect any additional discipline.I would be astonished, West said. He hasnt pled to anything. He hasnt entered any kind of plea. All he has to do is counseling and stay out of trouble.