Dez Bryant laughs at Cowboys, doubles down on Patriots pipe dream

by Leon Thompson September 11, 2018, 0:57
Dez Bryant laughs at Cowboys, doubles down on Patriots pipe dream

He has received interest from Cleveland and Baltimore, but his thoughts were with the Cowboys during - and after - their 16-8 season-opening loss at Carolina.

The free-agent wide receiver called out his former team with a series of critical tweets aimed at the Dallas Cowboys after they dropped their season opener.

Dez Bryant doesn't play for any team at the moment, but that didn't stop him from winning on Sunday.

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Bryant hasn't put together a 1,000-yard or double-digit touchdown season since 2014, but Dallas was clearly hurting with its receiving game. When the three-time Pro Bowler was urged by a fan on Twitter to reach out to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, he replied that he'd "rather go somewhere I can show case my skills for real". "Washington is cool as well". As you already know, Bryant is not someone who keeps his opinions to himself, and he wanted everyone to know how he felt about the Cowboys' struggles.

Dez Bryant has the New England Patriots circled on his wish list.

Bryant said he wouldn't mind staying within the NFC East with the Redskins and said he's closing the book on the Cowboys for good.

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