Published: Sat, November 10, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Former Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant agrees to deal with Saints

Former Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant agrees to deal with Saints

Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has left the New Orleans Saints without putting pen to paper, but he's making progress towards agreeing to terms.

The New Orleans Saints are coming off a huge win over the previously unbeaten Rams, in which they scored over 40 points for the fourth time this season.

It was reported on Monday that Dez Bryant would be meeting with the Saints for a workout along with Brandon Marshall and Kamar Aiken.

It's an ideal situation for the veteran-he lands in an offense that is created to scheme receivers open, the Saints could very well have a long postseason run with possible home-field advantage through the playoffs, and there are few offenses better made to feature what Bryant can still do at this point in his career.

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The Saints (7-1) are thin in the receiving corps after Ted Ginn Jr. was placed on injured reserve and with newly signed Cameron Meredith struggling over the last few games.

Several members of the organization said that they wanted quarterback Dak Prescott to be able to spread the ball around. Thomas leads the team with 70 catches, and he's one of the NFL's best receivers. Last season, he notched 69 catches for 838 yards and six touchdowns in his eighth National Football League year, all with the Cowboys.

Marshall was recently released by the Seattle Seahawks after a short stint with the team and like Bryant has been looking for another opportunity in the NFL.

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