The Cowboys Have Released Former All-Pro Wideout Dez Bryant

Dez Bryant

Dez Bryant

Dez Bryant is on the market.

The Dallas Cowboys have released Pro Bowl wide receiver Dez Bryant today, according to multiple reports. ESPN's Field Yates reports that the Cowboys will create $8.5 million in cap space by releasing Bryant. "I will always love y'all. forever Dallas in my heart".

Earlier Friday the network debated Bryant's future with the team, discussing the options the team could take.

Who knows, maybe he'll stick around the NFC East. He caught just 69 of 132 targets, but he racked up 838 yards, his most since the 2014 season.

There's still enough left in the tank, so which team scoops up Dez ahead of the 2018 season?

It was the fewest amount of touchdowns and receiving yards he has had in a season of playing at least 10 games since his rookie year.

Arguably the best receiver in the National Football League from 2012-14, when he averaged 1,312 yards and 14 touchdowns per season, injuries have diminished his effectiveness in recent years and prompted speculation he could be on his way out.

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