With the All-Pro healthy and ready to play football again, there are 10 teams who shouldn’t wait to give him a call by Patrik Walker @VoiceOfTheStar Nov 7, 2019 at 12:01 pm ET • 15 min read The NFL hasn’t witnessed Dez Bryant catch a pass since Dec. 31, 2017, when he played for the Dallas Cowboys in a season marred with controversy and capped with having been eliminated from the playoffs before January rolled around. It was also one followed by a frustrated Bryant telling the media he’d have conversations with offensive coordinator Scott Linehan and head coach Jason Garrett about scheme issues that dampened his production, but those conversations were replaced with rumors of the club having decided to move on from him.Linehan sold the team on a wide receiver by committee approach, and Bryant was released in April 2018, ushered out the door by the very team that selected him in first round of the 2010 NFL Draft. He’d then sign with the New Orleans Saints in November following his release, but tore his Achilles two days later. Officially ready to mount his comeback, he announced heading into Week 10 of the league calendar, the 31-year-old is… Read full this story
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