Dez Bryant says he’s coming to Cleveland to visit the Browns

Dez Bryant says he’s coming to Cleveland to visit the Browns

Dez Bryant says he’s coming to Cleveland to visit the Browns

As the former Dallas Cowboys receiver watched TV on Thursday (waiting to watch the Cowboys-at-Niners preseason game) he communicated to me - and then on Twitter - his mindset.

Bryant has now confirmed that he has spoken to Dorsey.

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On Thursday evening before the Cowboys game against the 49ers, Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey told Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com that he's called Bryant to come in for a visit with his team next week. He said he was still getting himself ready and was enjoying spending time with his children. Bryant, however, just might be too tough to get a hold of.

As for Bryant, the veteran emerged after Dorsey's comments to tweet: "I'm going to play. just whenever I get ready".

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But the Browns do have a need. Bryant is on the invite list, but the 29-year-old pass-catcher initially refused to make contact with the organization. Landry wrote on social media, a concept that Dez approved of via the same medium.

Cleveland has reportedly been interested in signing Bryant and planned to bring him in for a visit this week.

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"I'm not sure his situation as far as what he's wanting, what offers maybe he's had that he's turned down - all that factors into it as a business. I'll take all the time I need to show who I am".

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