Buffalo Bills named a best fit for former Cowboys WR Dez Bryant
Apr 14 2018
While the reaction from Panthers Twitter has been relatively quiet so far, it's worth pointing out that Dez Bryant is not the answer to the team's issues at wide receiver.
According to Spotrac.com, the Bills now have a shade under $19 million in cap space. That, combined with John Scheider's offseason comments about the young defensive backs on Seattle's roster, left 710 ESPN Seattle's John Clayton wondering whether the odds of an Earl Thomas trade have been enhanced. "I'm not throwing anybody under the bus, but that's the difference between me and them". He wants to take on Dallas as often as he can.
"I really been enjoying my offseason.I never in my life heard so much media try to destroy a single soul which is very sad but what is so great is I'm so un (expletive) bothered??" Once again, it's April and we're here talking about a player-this time, Dez Bryant - who was instrumental to the team during their most recent series of playoff pushes but who now looks for a new home with much of the other teams' salary cap money allocated. I'm just going to be honest because I don't understand why I wouldn't be a team captain. He believes it was the coaches - not owner Jerry Jones - who wanted to let him go. "And so now I think the chances increase". He was a three-time Pro Bowler and was an All-Pro selection in 2014. You could certainly make a case the Cowboys hurt Bryant financially by not releasing him at the start of free agency, but they were waiting to see who they might sign. While that may be the case, one factor plays into that.
"If I didn't have my edge I got it now ..." "I know it's not true value for a future possible Hall of Fame safety".
"I'm not here to bash anybody, but they know man". Remember, they used a third-round pick, they got Tedric Thompson past year and Delano Hill, they have Bradley McDougald, who has the flexibility of playing free or strong safety. I did it for four years.
It's not hard to envision Bryant joining the Patriots, teaming up with Tom Brady and enjoying a Randy Moss-esque late-career renaissance. As we noted in last week's draft column, they have been immersed in this year's ho-hum wide receiver class, with access to some of the top talent in 2018. The high hopes of last season came undone in part because of Elliott's six-game suspension under the personal conduct policy, imposed by the league after it prevailed in a courtroom tussle with the NFL Players Association that lasted half the season.
The Cowboys now have to figure out how to replace Bryant, and they'll be in the mix for a receiver with their first-round pick.