Clock tick on 2018 Dez Bryant expectations in the NFL

Stephen C. Smith Sr. TRN Sports Column

Published 11:24 a.m. CT August 3, 2018

The Dallas Cowboys have moved on and are longer than a week in the former Dez Bryant era, but Bryant himself is still on the outside looking in, and the clock is ticking.

While there is no doubt that it will be rostered for somebody for Week 1, what happens during the next five weeks and now Kickoff Weekend is that Bryant spent his entire career in one system.

Feel free to speculate whether Ravens Ravens is the first razors of his services, or possibly Houston, Indianapolis, Green Bay, New Orleans, or even Pittsburgh after tweet Antonio Antonio last Sunday.

Speaking on Twitter, Bryant didn't really help himself by taking a shooting at his former team and the great community still covering his mental surroundings and unfortunately using what they saw on Amazon Cowboys Amazon .com: All or Nothing as a frame of reference.

Although you cannot blame a man who “responds” as Bryant put it, showing himself without blame for his production in getting fault with play, personnel decisions and quarter play, he does selfish and makes you think that the NFL cameras showed him only a bad light – that is who he is.

And in its current situation, what should be a secondary concern – after all, it is not far from the receiver of two types of league that are full of them – it moves forward because of the learning curve that determines its value 2018 as if you do not know the offense, you cannot be the receiver.

In addition, since NFL protection believes, according to Shannon Sharpe Fox Sports 1, the way to limit Bryant effect is to focus on limiting entrances and combating it for jumping balls, prefers Dez to prefer some other clothes will be brought to the party or there will be little change to staff vs. production ratio. paycheck.

Bryant has the opportunity to use his apparent sarcasm on how his time in Dallas ended as a fuel for a big year elsewhere.

Now he just needs to go there.

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