The team released the wide receiver during a Friday morning meeting, WFAA Sports confirmed.
And the odds of that happening as soon as this season may well have increased on Friday when Dallas released receiver Dez Bryant.
In another tweet, Bryant added, "Cowboy nation I need you to know this wasn't my decision". Bringing in Bryant would not only cause CAP issues for the Bengals forcing them to release other players to make the deal but it would mean they wasted those picks on receivers without giving them a chance. He's one of the most productive players in franchise history, but at 29 years of age, he'll be tasked with finding a new home for his talents. He was set to make $12.5 million this season with the Cowboys. Injuries have played a role - he missed 10 games in 2015 and 2016 - but he also played all 16 games in 2017 and still produced just 69 catches, 838 yards and six touchdowns. Multiple reporters on the Cowboys beat say Bryant wants to sign with another NFC East team so he can play Dallas twice in 2018.
Bryant fits a familiar Ravens profile - a soon-to-be 30-year-old wide receiver who has a chip on his shoulder after getting cut.
And it's Bryant's scoring ability, his rare competitiveness, that we believe will help him find a soft landing outside of Dallas.
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Unfortunately, Aaron Judge ended the no-hit bid with a leadoff double, followed up by an infield single by Stanton. Gray walked Jackie Bradley Jr. and Brock Holt and Mookie Betts hit a bases-loaded sacrifice fly.
Bryant unleashed a string of over 20 tweets and retweets Thursday night, seemingly blaming the media for speculating whether he would be back on the team in 2018. Hilton. The Colts also have a ton of cap space still available.
Washington never quite got what it expected out of Terrelle Pryor last season and didn't re-sign him, while Giants Pro Bowl wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr has been caught in trade speculation this offseason.
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But Bryant still figures to attract interest from around the NFL.
Meanwhile, the Cowboys have hosted three potential first-round wide receiver prospects for pre-draft visits in Calvin Ridley of Alabama, D.J. Moore of Maryland and Christian Kirk of Texas A&M. Dez Bryant had a "down" year last season, but his stats still would've led the Redskins in all major receiving categories. More so, I think the Packers would take an 800-yard season from their No. 2 receiver at this point.