While Dez Bryant might have spent the entire 2019 season out of the NFL, the former Dallas Cowboys star receiver is still looking for another shot. In fact, he’s even willing to do it with his former team as the replacement for a former teammate.
Bryant took to Twitter on Sunday to call upon the Cowboys to sign him and allow him to take over Jason Witten’s role. The way Bryant sees it, Dallas’ offense would become unstoppable if he joined Ezekiel Elliott, Tony Pollard, Amari Cooper and Co.
Interesting he's saying he wants to play TE now... His previous unwillingness to learn other spots like the slot and the Y or even everything the X is supposed to do limited him greatly.
I always said he would be a deadly weapon at the slot. He would cause headaches at the Y. No more being taken completely out of games, too versitile. At TE I don't see his value as a blocker but he would definitely be a step up as a pass catching TE over Witten.
I actually wouldn't be against signing him on the cheap and let's see what McCarthy can do with him at slot and TE. If he's willing to expand his repertoire he can have a significant role.
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