Cowboys-Bryant Released, 1st Ld-Writethru,450

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Realistically for the Dallas Cowboys unless a trade is made or multiple prospects at the wide receiver position are selected it is going to be tough to replace Bryant in the eyes of the fans or opponents. Thus, Bryant's options appear to be down to three teams: The New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and Washington Redskins.

While Hurns is the most likely candidate to be the No. 1 receiver, the Cowboys could take a wideout in the first round for the first time since getting Bryant.

Sure, the Vikings could spend the remainder of their salary cap to try to entice Bryant into wearing purple and gold, but there are some great reasons as to why this shouldn't happen. We'll take a look at Bryant's impact fantasy wise once he signs with a new team, but this article is all about who this move helps for the Cowboys current receivers and who you should be looking at now. This following the Pro Bowl receiver's third straight season posting disappointing numbers. Bryant played all 16 games without a 100-yard receiving day last season for the first time in his career.

The Dallas Cowboys released Dez Bryant and he is NOT happy about it. The Dallas Cowboys are expected to release wide receiver Dez Bryant. He was also 17th in the National Football League that season with 16.1 yards per reception, proving he's a big play threat when he's actually getting the ball thrown his way. The Colts would be wise to at least explore the possibility of signing him, especially if they want to be competitive next year.

Also cornerback Richard Sherman is there in the Bay Area, and no doubt the two have a respect for one another that should blossom into good camaraderie. The only thing that could hold up contract talks, per Wyche, is money.

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Simply put, even if Bryant does want to stay in the NFC East, it seems incredibly unlikely that that landing spot will be in South Philly. Now they'll have to answer it without their top receiver.

Dez Bryant, 29, is without a job and man, he is pissed! And the folks in the room shouldn't hate him at all. The Packers certainly could use another perimeter weapon for Aaron Rodgers.

Today, Bryant let the past die.

I am around 98 percent sure he will end up in the red and gold because right now Dez is hurting and so is the Cowboys fan base.

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