Sidelined Dez Bryant may want to make a return to the New Orleans Saints
The wide receiver has been out of the NFL since last year
Dez Bryant, the wide receiver who played for New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys before exiting last season due to injury, is giving 100% into being ready before the NFL tryouts start in a couple of weeks. Since his injury from a torn Achilles tendon he suffered last year, he has been letting the fans and everyone else know about his progress. His journey started with surgery last year and he was recently admitted into a training facility for the final stage of his recovery.
Bryant was counting on coming back to the game this last October, but still wasn’t ready. It was a setback and at this point it isn’t clear why the recovery is taking longer, but the effort is definitely appreciated. ”I’m not trying to go nowhere and be a starter on a team I want to contribute because I know I will be able too… I’m feeling good… in two weeks I’m going to reach out to teams and see what happens…. let’s go X,” said Bryant on a tweet. He mentioned in the past his intentions to try reaching out to New Orleans Saint as the first option and hopes that maybe they will make some room for him.
One of this repeat-Pro Bowler’s last communications states that his priority lies in New Orleans, for him and also as appreciation to the team and coach Sean Payton. Bryant states that he feels indebted to the team since they welcomed him and allow him an opportunity when he was released from the Cowboys last year. If this plan doesn’t go as expected, let’s hope for some updated to be communicated after those two weeks he claims he will be ready.