Dez Bryant interested in Browns but not ready to play yet

Silvia Morton
August 10, 2018

Dorsey had told reporters before the Browns' preseason game against the New York Giants on Thursday night that he had called Bryant to ask him to come in for a workout, but Bryant hadn't returned his calls.

"I wouldn't mind playing with the Browns", the ex-Cowboys receiver tweeted at one point.

The CBS Sports Instagram page accumulated a few of those tweets, noting Bryant's interest in the Browns.

Bryant clarified the comments saying he has played with a broken foot before trying to make the fans happy and this time he wants to make sure that he is 100 percent right.

It appears, for now, the Browns will bring in wide receivers next week and it won't include Bryant unless he has a change of heart.

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A couple of hours later, Bryant had reconsidered and tweeted his decision that he was "starting my visits next week", including with Cleveland.

It seems like the final answer though is that there is interest on both sides and Bryant himself says he will be visiting the Land. "... I'm not on anybody time ..."

Hours before the Dallas Cowboys play their first National Football League preseason game of the season, Dez Bryant continues to dominate the headlines.

The wide receiver was released by the Cowboys in April after catching 69 passes for 838 yards and six touchdowns in 2017.

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