- The Washington Times - Sunday, September 9, 2018

Free agent wide receiver Dez Bryant wants to join a team that can showcase his skill set. 

If his tweets are any indication, Bryant would be “cool” with that franchise being the Redskins. Asked by a fan to re-sign with the Dallas Cowboys, Bryant said “naw I’m ok” and floated the possibility of joining the Redskins.

Bryant also indicated he would want to play for Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. 

The Cowboys released Bryant in April and Bryant has remained unemployed, passing on a multiyear deal to join the Baltimore Ravens and a one-year offer to sign with the Browns. The 29-year-old wideout appears to be willing to wait for the right situation.

At the moment, the Redskins only have three healthy wide receivers, but there’s no indication the franchise would be interested in Bryant. Maurice Harris missed Sunday’s game against the Cardinals with a concussion, while Trey Quinn and Cam Sims both left with ankle injuries. 

Bryant has pushed back against character concerns and called out some of his former teammates, in the process. SB Nation has a full guide to the Bryant-Cowboys beef. 

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