Dez Bryant, Baltimore Ravens’ wide receiver, had spent eight years as a Dallas Cowboy. He made three Pro Bowls and one All-Pro team with the while playing for the Jerry Jones-owned organisation. Bryant parted ways with the Cowboys after the 2017 season but didn’t join any team for a year. He later signed with the New Orleans Saints in November 2018. Sadly, his journey with the Saints was over just days post signing the contract.
Just two days after signing, he injured his Achilles’ tendon, leading to a long recovery time period, he spent most of his leftover 2018 and 2019 in recovery. On 27th November 2020, Bryant signed to Baltimore Ravens‘ practice squad. He moved up the active roster on November 7th and became active on the roster by 21st November.
Bryant signed with the Cowboys in July 2010. 2010 was his rookie year. He managed 45 receptions for 561 yards and six receiving touchdowns in his first year with the Cowboys. Bryant, in week 7 of 2011’s regular season, managed 5 receptions for 90 yards and a touchdown against the St. Louis Rams. It was by far his best game in the season.
Bryant has not got a lot to do since he signed with the Ravens in November this year. He got on the active roster but couldn’t do anything as the entire team was struggling to deal with the COVID-19 outbreak. Now it’s time he has time to do something for the team. This Tuesday would be unique for him. He is going to face his former team, the Dallas Cowboys at the M&T Bank Stadium.
In a press interview, head coach John Harbaugh talked about their new star wideout, Dez Bryant.
“Dez has been great he works hard, great attitude. Real passionate guy for the game. Very determined guy. I enjoy being around Dez every single day. I promise you if you ask Dez, it’s not about Dez Bryant, per se. It’s not about any individual. It’s about the team, it’s about the Ravens playing our best football. He’s a part of that and that’s how he looks at it,” John Harbaugh told media personnel on Thursday.
This Tuesday he must step on the field and face his former team as an opponent. It’s going to be really tough to play against the team he was a part for a long time. Who will have the last laugh? Tune in to find out.