Dez Bryant is still without a club having been released by Dallas Cowboys
That’s the view of NFL insider Rick Gosselin who has spoke about the future of the former Dallas Cowboys star.
Bryant was released by the Cowboys in April and is still to find a new team despite being Dallas’s all-time touchdown receiver leader.
He turned down a one-year deal at Baltimore Ravens and has not received any official offers since.
The NFL season begins in just two months and Gosselin believes Bryant will eventually find a new team.
“The logical place, because of Sean Payton, would be New Orleans,” Gosselin said. “But you’ve got Michael Thomas there.
“He’s not going to be the lead receiver. I don’t see him being the lead receiver – he could have been the lead receiver in Baltimore, and that was the best opportunity. He turned that down.
“And he’s not going to get the one-year money he would hope to get. Whatever he gets at this point – I mean people have spent their cap dollars – he’ll be a one-year bargain for somebody.
“I don’t know what’s to become of Dez. My guess is he’ll open at some point after camps open.”
Bryant went a total of 838 yards in 2017 – his best return since 2014 when he made 1,320 yards and 16 touchdowns.
But Cowboys released him with Dallas scouting chief Will McClay previously stating it was down to his inability to beat a man.
He said: “The (inability) to win one-on-one, to win down field. There was inconsistency as well as some huge things in his play.
“So what’s best moving forward for Dez Bryant and the Cowboys, we just made that decision. It’s a production-based business.”