Garrett was asked if he had been hoping Bryant would sign with a team that doesn't play the Cowboys this year and he repeated his first answer, which basically seemed like his way of ducking the question.
Bryant has now signed a one-year deal with the New Orleans Saints. Bryant worked out for the Saints along with Brandon Marshall and Kamara Aiken earlier in the week but left New Orleans without a contract. Bryant had reportedly received interest from the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens prior to the start of the 2018 season, but a subsequent deal never materialized.
However, Bryant's professional reputation has been marred at times by public confrontations with coaches and teammates during games and practices.
Bryant had remained a free agent since his release last offseason by the Dallas Cowboys.
When we last saw the ex-Cowboy in 2017, he wasn't throwing up the "X" as much as he used to: He totaled 838 yards and six touchdowns, with a career-low 12.1 yards per catch. He signed his last contract right after that but has not approached that level of production since - a central reason Dallas released him in April.
Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley also tweeted his congratulations at Bryant.
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The Saints, sitting at 7-1 atop the NFC South, will take on the Cincinnati Bengals on the road in Week 10. New Orleans ranks second in the National Football League in points per game with 34.9, trailing only the Kansas City Chiefs who are averaging 36.3.
The Saints also have yet to receive consistent production from Cameron Meredith, a former Chicago receiving leader who was acquired in free agency, but who also is trying to come back from major knee surgery that wiped out his 2017 campaign.
He still must learn one of the league's most complex offenses, but with so many playmakers around him, all the Saints should require on a weekly basis the rest of the season is for Bryant to be able to beat either a team's second or third cornerback.
Bryant's chance for revenge will come soon as the Saints will face the Cowboys in three weeks on FOX's Thursday Night Football on November 29.
Having said all that: In a few weeks, it's POSSIBLE he's the No. 2 receiver in New Orleans.
Bryant now enhances what was already a very risky Saints offense, giving them one of the NFL's best red zone weapons since he came into the league in 2010.