The American Football wide receiver Dez Bryant seems to be interested in playing for the New England Patriots well before the veteran Kenny Britts was released from the team on Wednesday, August 22.
There has not been much to Dez' contracts these days. The NFL player has been without a contract since he was released by the Dallas Cowboys on April 13, 2018, after a long eight seasons with the team.
Just last week, the athlete was seen in a quick tour to Cleveland but, the wide receiver still seems to be left out without a contract in hand.
While the National Football League has just two weeks to start, Bryant is in desperate need to sign for a team if he wants to make an impact on the league with his new team. With the Cleveland Browns not signing Dez, no particular team seems to be interested in the former Cowboys receiver.
Even though other teams do not have an interest in Dez, he certainly hasn't stopped from showing his interest to work under Bill Belichick. In a recent Instagram post by Bryant, he showed the world his admiration for the New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick. Similarly, he has also talked about their Quarterback Tom Brady during one of his Tweet replies.
Whatever be Dez's choices and preferences, he is well off from Belichick's journals. Even though the Patriots have released Kenny, they have no reported interest in the wide receiver Dez Bryant.
According to the NFL Network, the team probably has no interest in the free agent.
The only way in for Dez might be a surprise injury to one of their players. The team currently has a roster with the likes of Julian Edelman, Chris Hogan, Phillip Dorsett, and Cordarrelle Patterson. Out of them, Julian will miss the first four games due to suspension.
While talking about Bryant's career, he played at the Oklahoma State during his college days. During his tenure there, he earned All-American honors in 2008. He had been with the Dallas Cowboys since 2010 until 2017 when he was released by the club.
Dez has 531 receptions, 7459 receiving yards, 14 yards per reception, and 73 receiving touchdowns under his belt. He was also the NFL receiving touchdowns leader in 2014.