Published: Sat, November 10, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Dez Bryant isn't only veteran receiver getting shot with Saints

Dez Bryant isn't only veteran receiver getting shot with Saints

New Orleans will also work out two other wideouts with Bryant. As for Bryant, he was cut by the Cowboys earlier in the year, and visited with the Browns, but nothing came of it. Aiken was cut by the Eagles three weeks ago.

Dez Bryant and the New Orleans Saints are reportedly in negotiations after he worked out for the team on Tuesday.

Ben Maller thinks that signing Bryant is a no-brainer for the Saints as they would automatically get another dynamic playmaker along side Michael Thomas & Alvin Kamara.

After months of speculation, Dez Bryant may finally find a new home. With Cameron Meredith still in Sean Payton's doghouse for a Week 5 fumble and Austin Carr struggling to catch when thrown to, there's plenty of opportunity for someone like Bryant to step in and produce.

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Dez Bryant will face the his old team this season on November 29. Last season, the three-time Pro Bowler notched 69 catches for 838 yards and six touchdowns.

But based on my tape study of Bryant's last season with the Cowboys, his decreasing catch percentages, strings of focus drops, and relative inability to beat cornerbacks in physical one-on-one matchups should be cause for concern-especially since he wasn't double-covered a lot last season.

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