Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has not played in the NFL in two seasons. He's hoping to change that in 2020.
Bryant was released by the Cowboys following the 2017 season. He sat out for much of the 2018 season, before signing with the New Orleans Saints. Bryant then suffered a season-ending injury in his first practice.
The former All-Pro wide receiver did not sign with anyone in 2019. The former Cowboys wide receiver is hoping to be on a roster in 2020.
Bryant, 31, has shared some workout videos on Twitter. The former Cowboys star has been getting into elite shape and believes he can make an impact for someone in 2020 (possibly the Cowboys).
The veteran NFL wide receiver shared an honest message for interested franchises on Twitter this evening.
"All the teams who reached out these past 2years ... you didn’t want that Dez Bryant... I couldn’t disrespect myself or the game like that... Im not there yet but my vibe energy and love back believe that," he wrote on Twitter.
Bryant has admitted that he's interested in a return to Dallas. It's unclear, however, if the Cowboys reciprocate that interest.
The former Cowboys wide receiver has also admitted that he would like to play with Tom Brady. Perhaps the Patriots, who are in need of some pass-catching upgrades, could sign Bryant ahead of the 2020 season.