The Dallas Cowboys are looking for a wide receiver. Odell Beckham Jr. may have the solution, but it’s not what you think. Beckham replied to Dez Bryant’s workout video by asking the former receiver to join the Cowboys.
“Dezzzzzz back to the boys!!!!!!!! Get home king,” Beckham tweeted to Bryant.
Bryant said he wouldn’t mind throwing up the X in Big D once more. The former receiver added that he enjoyed the various business ventures he has been involved in since he retired.
“🙏🏿 I wouldn’t mind throwing the X up again in the Big D!!!” Bryant responded. “But you know I’m grinding and on a different mission at the moment.”
This offseason, the Cowboys traded Amari cooper to the Browns and Cedric Wilson was lost to the Dolphins. James Washington may be out of action for up to 10 weeks. Michael Gallup has also revealed that he will not be available for Week 1. The Cowboys owner Jerry Jones stated to reporters that there was no urgency for the Cowboys to make another move following Washington’s injury.
Beckham is still a fascinating name when it comes to the Cowboys. But the star wideout wouldn’t be an immediate solution. Beckham is currently recovering from the ACL injury sustained during Super Bowl. He is aiming for a mid-season comeback. NFL Insider Matt Lombardo still believes Beckham is a great fit for the Cowboys.
Lombardo reported on August 2 that Beckham caught 44 passes last season for 537 yards and five touchdowns, in 13 games between the Browns and Rams. “If Beckham is fully fit, he will provide veteran leadership and explosive playmaking abilities, especially in the vertical passing games, alongside CeeDee Lamb, Dak Prescott’s supporting cast.
“With Lamb serving as the offense’s top target, Beckham has the chance to thrive as a reliable pass-catcher with upside, especially down the stretch — a time when the Cowboys have faltered significantly in recent years.”
Bryant was a three-time Pro Bowler. He last played in an NFL game with the Ravens in 2020 after having missed the 2018 and 2019 seasons. Bryant was unable to catch more than six passes for 47 yards, and only two touchdowns in six appearances in Baltimore.
Former Cowboys receiver Bryant is now involved in a Web3 project called personal Corner. Bryant said to a fan that he was more interested in his current business venture than returning to football.
Bryant tweeted August 2: “Yes, but I’m more concerned in building out my project to support the athlete at this moment,” Bryant said.
Bryant tried to contact Beckham to find out where the playmaker intended to sign, but this did not stop Bryant. Bryant mentioned Beckham’s rumored involvement with the Bills and Rams, but Beckham was not revealing any details on social media.