Dez Bryant will get his chance at revenge with the Saints

Dez Bryant will get his chance at revenge with the Saints

After the three-time Pro Bowler's production dipped last season - 69 receptions for 838 yards and six touchdowns - Bryant was released by the Cowboys with two years remaining on a five-year, $70m contract. He's not much of a downfield threat and had trouble beating press man coverage in 2017.

The Saints are seventh in the league in total offense (402 yards per game), with a good balance between pass (289.9 yards per game; seventh in the league) and run (112.1 yards per game; 15th in the league).

The Saints face the Cowboys in Week 13, giving Bryant a matchup against the team that drafted him with the No. 24 pick in 2010, and the only franchise he's played for until now. He also said that he never saw the wide receiver as disruptive.

Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram have the Saints' running game locked down. At the same time, New Orleans is without deep threat Ted Ginn Jr., who is now on injured reserve and won't be eligible to return until the final few weeks of the season, if he's ready by then. Is it Mike T? "He's just another weapon in our system and we find ways to use everybody, and you can even include Taysom in that mix".

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This is a great move for the ninth-year receiver as Bryant will not be expected to be the top target in New Orleans due to the presence of third-year wideout Michael Thomas. "Anytime you can add that type of talent to your team is very important".

Bryant spent his first eight years in the National Football League with Dallas and last season caught 69 passes for 838 yards and six touchdowns, including a 50-yard scoring play, for the Cowboys.

Rapoport initially said, "One second", but a moment later just picked up his young son, Jude, and put him on his lap as he continued to talk. "It's one of those things that's a process". I wasn't in the locker room with him in Dallas. I think for any new guy coming in, especially a skill player, it's new verbiage. "It seems like a real good opportunity for him and I know it'll help their team".

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