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Dez tore his Achilles, not kidding


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I'm of multiple feelings on this

1. Never want to see injuries and feel bad that it happened

2. **** the Saints, glad they're weaker now, no seriously, **** em

3. Not really all that surprised since he was away from football as long as he was, freak injury I know, but still makes you wonder if he was out of practice

And no, I don't see these as being contradictory, not even in the slightest

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5 minutes ago, 1989Fan said:

Huh? Please tell me this is joking.

g-dawg analysis:  YES, i am joking but Dez was a DA for not taking that Ravens deal - don't understand why his agent would not have advised him better - DEZ failed to factor in his age and diminished production.

Dez Bryant turned down multi-year deal from Ravens, is banking on himself in 2018

If you want to sign Dez Bryant in 2018, it will have to be on a one-year deal.

The 29 year-old wide receiver turned down a multi-year offer from the Baltimore Ravens in hopes of finding a one-year deal that enables him to test the open market again in 2019, Ed Werder of The Doomsday Podcast first reported.

 

 

Source: Former #Cowboys WR Dez Bryant turned down a multi-year offer from the #Ravens. He apparently wants a big 1-year deal and chance to secure bigger long-term contract as a UFA from beginning in 2019.

 

Bryant - who finished 2017 with 69 receptions, 838 yards and six touchdowns -  is predicating a bounce back season in 2018 with hopes of a big money, long-term contract in 2019.

The offer was similar to that of Michael Crabtree's three-year, $21 million deal, according to NFL Insider Ian Rapoport. The Ravens had to offer Bryant a multi-year deal in order to fit his number under the salary cap.

Since turning down their offer, the Ravens signed former Saints WR Willie Snead to a two-year, $10.4 million contract. 

Bryant will now have to wait until after the 2018 NFL Draft to work out a deal with an organization, if one is still searching for a wide receiver going in to the tail end of his career. 

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10 minutes ago, hjerry said:

I'm of multiple feelings on this

1. Never want to see injuries and feel bad that it happened

2. **** the Saints, glad they're weaker now, no seriously, **** em

3. Not really all that surprised since he was away from football as long as he was, freak injury I know, but still makes you wonder if he was out of practice

And no, I don't see these as being contradictory, not even in the slightest

That signing never made sense to me anyway. Saints have had a lot of good things going for them so far this season,  why bring in a toxic has-been player with attitude issues?

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3 minutes ago, 1989Fan said:

No, I mean please tell me your joking about the sue his agent for not forcing him to sign in BAL comment.

 

I am joking YES.  The point was how absurd it was that he didn't take that deal - even though it was probably really a two year deal - he will never see that kind of money again and I thought the Baltimore deal was an overpay - he is not a #1 WR in this league - he's not as good as Mohammad Sanu who we are paying $6mm/yr.  

Paying Dez is paying for the name - the past production isn't coming back - and it wasn't coming back before this achilles.  He's a #3 WR at best.

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