Dez Bryant says he’s coming to Cleveland to visit the Browns

Ruben Hill
August 10, 2018

The Cleveland Browns have been at the front of that list in recent weeks, too, but it's been very unclear as to whether a deal will get done - or even if there's mutual interest there.

Browns general manager John Dorsey said on Thursday that he is interested in giving Bryant a look, but Bryant won't return any of his phone calls.

On Tuesday night, Landry posted tweets that revisited the notion of Bryant coming to Cleveland.

"Maybe he's still thinking about other stuff", Dorsey told

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.

"Starting my visits next week", Bryant tweeted.

Dorsey went on to tell the Plain-Dealer he "wants to bring Bryant in with a group of receivers next week to help fortify a position that's been through some upheaval in the past week". Training camps across the league are in full swing, and the first week of the regular season is less than one month away.

There's no doubt Bryant was encouraged seeing the quarterback plays of Tyrod Taylor and Baker Mayfield in Thursday night's game. Bryant just doesn't seem like he's in a rush to get there. He said he was still getting himself ready and was enjoying spending time with his children.

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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