Is Dez Bryant Returning to the NFL?


In April of 2010, with the 21st overall pick in the first round, the Dallas Cowboys drafted wide receiver Dez Bryant from Oklahoma State. Bryant was a part of the Cowboys roster for seven seasons. During his time in Dallas, he put up some impressive numbers. So far he has 531 receptions, 7,459 receiving yards, and 37 touchdowns.

On April 13, 218, the Cowboys cut Bryant and the New Orleans Saints picked up the talented receiver. He signed a one-year contract. Then, during training camp, Dez tore his ACL on a non-contact drill.

After consulting with doctors, they told him he would not be able to play the entire 2018 season. When the calendar turned to 2019, Bryant was healed and ready to get back on the field. The only problem for Bryant is that year he was a free agent and had no team to play for. As the season approached, he still was not on a team and decided to continue to work out and sit the entire year.

At the end of 2019, there were talks in the Dallas Ft. Worth area that a reunion was in the works to bring Dez Bryant back to the Cowboys. Although no official word has been made he has been hanging out with several old teammates has this tweet shows him working out with Dak Prescot a few days ago. 

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