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Former Cowboys WR Dez Bryant is dating Jerry Jones amid rumours

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Dez Bryant was in the building for the Dallas Cowboys’ 20-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals and the three-time Pro Bowler took some time to catch up with Jerry Jones.

Bryant made some headlines recently after making a pitch about how he could help the receiver-needy Cowboys if they signed him. But it sounds like Sunday’s trip to AT&T Stadium was more about fun than a petition to Jones and co. for a roster spot.

briant place a bet of $10,000 at the Cowboys to upset the Bengals as a touchdown underdog, earning him $37,000. Bryant and Jones met after the game and it could be Bryant heard what the owner of the cowboys said“Wasn’t a doubt in my mind.”

Jones and Bryant have always had a love-hate relationship. Jones said in 2020 Dez was “a pain in the ass but he was a joy”. Bryant also reflected on their unique relationship in a tweet.

“I think I’m the only player who has ever spoken to Jerry Jones.” he said. “I think that’s why we love each other.”

Although things didn’t end on the best of terms in Dallas, it’s clear that Bryant still loves the Cowboys dearly. Wearing a Deion Sanders throwback jersey, he was thrilled that Dallas came out on top – which likely had something to do with his bet.

But it’s also pretty clear that Bryant would welcome another shot with the Cowboys, despite only having six catches since 2017. After the Week 1 disaster against the Bucs, Bryant made his pitch.

The idea of ​​inking Dallas Bryant was originally suggested by a former NFL player — and brief cowboy. Datane Jones.

“No lie, bringing in Dez Bryant wouldn’t be a bad idea,” Jones tweeted. “He would definitely wake up the WR room. [CeeDee] needs a mentor.”

This caught Bryant’s attention, and he seemed to welcome the idea of ​​being an experienced mentor to the young group of recipients.

“I wouldn’t even have to play” Bryant tweeted. “I guarantee they will have a different attitude towards the game.”

Bryant had a monster streak with the Cowboys from 2012-14, with three consecutive 1,000-yard-plus and double-digit touchdown seasons during which he earned 2014 All-Pro honors. However, given his recent lack of work, signing Bryant wouldn’t be enough to bolster the wide receiver corps.

“He’s a baller,” Rush said. “We’ve been together since we were rookies and we’re still around and he’s getting better every year – he deserves that starting spot. You guys need to see why tonight [that is]. He only makes hard catches.”

The Cowboys will try to keep the momentum going in Monday Night Football against the 2-0 Giants. They could have extra help in this game as well, with Michael Gallup possibly poised for a return.



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