Dez Bryant critical of Cowboys, wants to sign for Patriots or Redskins

Dez Bryant critical of Cowboys, wants to sign for Patriots or Redskins

Dez Bryant critical of Cowboys, wants to sign for Patriots or Redskins

Dez Bryant has the New England Patriots circled on his wish list.

Dez Bryant, who hasn't signed on with an National Football League team yet, spent a good part of Sunday trolling the Dallas Cowboys on Twitter. He has received interest from Cleveland and Baltimore, but his thoughts were with the Cowboys during - and after - their 16-8 season-opening loss at Carolina. Bryant was uninterested in that, but he did name two teams he'd be interested playing for this season: the Patriots and Redskins.

The Cowboys cut Bryant this offseason after he had 69 receptions for 838 yards and six touchdowns in 16 games in 2017.

When one fan asked Bryant to have his agent call Cowboys owner Jerry Jones so Dallas could re-sign him, the three-time Pro Bowl selection said he was OK.

The wideout added the Washington Redskins would be "cool as well".

Bryant believes numerous Cowboys problems on offense would be solved if he and Bailey had been kept on the roster. "I know the team well so it's hard not for me to speak. all I ever cared about was winning". Quarterback Dak Prescott finished 19 of 29 for 170 yards (which works out to an abysmal 3.9 yards per completion) and his longest pass went for 20 yards.

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