5 teams that Dez Bryant should make a comeback with

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Bill Belichick, New England Patriots
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Five teams who could use Dez Bryant’s services.

Will Dez Bryant make a comeback in 2020 to play in the NFL once again?

The former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver for eight seasons (2010-2017) has yet to see the field since his days with a Dallas star on his helmet. The former first-round pick in the 2010 NFL Draft was a three-time Pro Bowl selection and 2014 First-Team All-Pro selection.

November 2018, Bryant signed with the New Orleans Saints. However, he didn’t play a single game with “Who Dat?” nation as he tore his Achilles tendon in practice, just two days after he signed. Two years later, if the elite receiver decides to come back there are five teams who would benefit from his services.

The New England Patriots should sign Dez Bryant

Head coach Bill Belichick has helped revive NFL careers before. Bryant could be next.

While the 31-year-old wideout probably won’t see the same results as Randy Moss did in 2007, Bryant can still be useful. Bryant is someone who can make an immediate impact and emerge as their top receiving option.

What the New England Patriots needed most in 2019 was a veteran wide receiver. They signed Antonio Brown but he was cut 11 days afterwards.

While Tom Brady is no longer in the building, the Patriots are a team who can still be successful in 2019. They have a shutdown defense and are in an AFC East division where there is no clear cut front runner.

With Jarrett Stidham more than likely going to take the reins, it is just a matter if Bryant is willing to come back with a young signal-caller under center.