Despite all that, there doesn't seem to be any animosity between the Cowboys and Bryant.
The Dez Bryant saga has finally reached its next chapter as the receiver-needy Saints have signed the former Dallas Cowboy to a one-year deal. "I know he can still contribute to a team and I'm glad it's going to be us". He's done such a great job for this organization and been an impact player in this league over the course of his eight years playing. Take the stuff that he's really good at, and then integrate him in the offense accordingly.
The odd part about this signing is that the Cowboys actually have to face Bryant this season.
The mercurial yet prolific wide receiver, who turned 30 on Sunday, had been on the open market since April, when he was released after an eight-season stint with the Dallas Cowboys. "It'll be a great environment for him to have a big impact". "Definitely been a guy who's been on our radar for a while". Like Colston, Bryant now struggles to separate from man coverage, but that issue is somewhat mitigated by his excellent ball skills, ability to outmuscle smaller corners (he'll see a ton of those in the slot!) and having Drew Brees, the league's most accurate quarterback, putting the ball in spots that make it easier to make those contested catches.
"Not at all. Ever since I got here, Dez was nothing but a help for me", Elliott said.
Cowboys defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford has actually hung out with Bryant recently, and if his scouting report is to be believed, the Saints are getting a guy who looks like an animal.
Rapoport initially said, "One second", but a moment later just picked up his young son, Jude, and put him on his lap as he continued to talk.
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