Dez Bryant has decided to change agents. The Cowboys wide receiver has parted ways with Eugene Parker and signed with Jay Z’s Roc Nation, the agency’s Twitter account announced on Sunday.

It’s the second time in Bryant’s five-year career that he’s parted ways with Parker. Parker was Bryant’s agent when the receiver came into the league in 2010 before being let go in December 2011 for Drew Rosenhaus. However, Bryant’s relationship with Rosenhaus didn’t last long and the Cowboys wide receiver rehired Parker in August 2012.

The move to Roc Nation could throw in a wrench in Bryant’s upcoming contract negotiations. According to multiple reports, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones didn’t want Bryant to sign with Roc Nation and Jones will be ‘reluctant’ to do a deal with them.

Bryant is being paid $1.78 million this season as he plays out the final year of his rookie deal that he signed after the Cowboys selected him with the 24th overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft.

The wide receiver’s new deal will likely be for major money. Bryant indicated before the season started that he should be paid in the upper-echelon of wide receivers. Detroit’s Calvin Johnson, who’s playing under a seven-year, $113.5 million deal, is the NFL’s highest paid receiver.

“I believe a player should get paid what he deserves,” Bryant said in August. “If I’m top five, I’m top five. If I’m top three, I’m top three. If I’m top two, I’m top two. It is what it is.”

If Bryant’s demands are too high, or Jones refuses to negotiate with Roc Nation, that doesn’t mean Bryant will be leaving Dallas. As former agent Joel Corry points out, the Cowboys do have an option to keep Bryant if negotiations go sour.