It appears as though Dez Bryant as found his fire again. And as it turns out, he has the Dallas Cowboys to thank for that. But if he gets his wish, the Cowboys probably won’t be thanking him next season. After his release on Friday, he would make it clear to the fans that it wasn’t his decision.
“Cowboy nation I need you to know this wasna��t my decision.. I will always love ya��alla�� forever Dallas in my heart,a�?A�Bryant would tweet after his release.”
But he didn’t stop there, noting how he feels in the process.
“If I didna��t have my edge I got it now… Ia��m sorry they got to feel me ita��s personal… ita��s very personal.”
So that’s that, right? Not exactly. Meanwhile, Dez would be heard saying this while leaving:
“Dez walked out saying I’ll see guys twice this year, I’m told. So that’s that,”A�according to Cowboys columnist Mickey Spagnola.
In eight seasons, Bryant would average 66 catches, 932 yards and nine scores per year. But his numbers from 2011-14a��84 receptions, 1,216 yards and 12 scores on averagea��saw him reach two Pro Bowls and gain All-Pro status.
But now that Bryant has that edge again? Well, let’s just say the 2018 NFL season looks a little more exciting now. Do you think the Cowboys will regret this?