Is Dez Bryant returning to the possible Saints? WR sharing the first video running from rubbing Achilles Saint

Dez Bryant is on the road to saying what he said to be “the final test”.

Less than six months after his Achilles television was torn during one of his second practices after he signed a year's contract with the Saints, Bryant sent a video to his Instagram on Monday running routes, making cuttings and catching on. the pitch for the first time since he was injured.

“The first time running… Building confidence,” wrote Bryant in the post.

What's next for Dez Bryant?

NFL veteran, 30 years old, played his first eight years with the Cowboys Dallas working with New Orleans November 6 and the team was 7-1 and searching deeper by a wide receiver behind Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn. Jr. continued to recover from knee injury.

Bryant signed his agreement on 7 November and was the first practice the next day. Then on November 9, two days before the 51-14 road team victory against the Europes, he forged Achilles in practice and loses the rest of the season. Some of the colleagues of the Saints celebrated Bryant's “X” after going to Cincinnati.

“There was a teens starting to heat me… I didn't question the man upstairs… this is the final test… that everyone has to get the prayers,” he added a tweet later that evening .

This interest is by Bryant, Bryant after returning to New Orleans, He reports that the Saints are always interested in signing it. It was also with Jamal Adams, former LSU safety, who is preparing for the third season with the Jets.

But St. John Payton's coach was indifferent to any plan for Bryant when asked earlier.

The NFL's free agency period starts on Wednesday.

“I know he's re-convening,” said Payton. “I couldn't predict the future compared to Dez.”

Bryant was cut last April after his first eight seasons to play with the Cowboys, where he was a three-time Pro Bowl receiver and containing the franchise records for landing career receptions (73). It is also No. 5 in career reception courts (7,459) and No. 3 in the history of staff in reception (531).

He signed a $ 70 million five-year contract after leading the series in adjoining catches with 16 in 2014, but a total of 17 of the three during the other three seasons after losing seven games in 2015 and three. The 2017 campaign was the first time Bryant played all 16 games while he failed to reach 1,000 yards in his career.

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Nathan Brown followed on Twitter, @nbrownadvocate.

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