Saints Fear Dez Bryant Suffered Torn Achilles At Practice

Silvia Morton
November 10, 2018

Dez Bryant's comeback came to a screaming halt on Friday.

In Bryant's second practice with the Saints, the 30-year-old went down on the final play of practice with team believes could be a torn Achilles, according to the NFL Network.

Several other National Football League players, including former Cowboys teammate Cole Beasley, reacted to the news by tweeting support for Bryant. "I won't question the man upstairs. this is the ultimate test. thank you everyone for the prayers". But news broke earlier this week that Dez agreed to a one-year contract with the New Orleans Saints.

Several other plays who have never played with Bryant also sent out tweets.

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Bryant said multiple times during the offseason that he wanted to play for a contender, which made New Orleans an easy choice for him.

This is a potential huge disappointment for Bryant who was not only excited to join a possible Super Bowl team but looking forward to a homecoming on November 29 when the Saints played the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium.

Bryant was signed as the Saints placed receiver Cameron Meredith on injured reserve.

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