DESOTO — The rental house where Dez Bryant lives sits on a peaceful street in a gated community in this southwest Dallas County suburb. It is made of brick and mortar, not glass. But the public was given a glimpse inside the 6,400-square-foot home early last month when police calls there surfaced, courtesy of the NFL’s own website.Bryant has not been pleased even as his name was not mentioned.But there were six police calls involving people at the house ranging from a baby locked in a car to harassing telephone calls to a stolen iPad. One call was to cancel another. No charges were filed against Bryant.Still, the calls have resonated loudly at the headquarters of Bryant’s employer, the Dallas Cowboys.