Dez Bryant's Saints tenure may be over before a single game

Dez Bryant's Saints tenure may be over before a single game

Dez Bryant's Saints tenure may be over before a single game

The New Orleans Saints made a huge splash this week, signing Dez Bryant to a one-year deal.

If Bryant's injury is officially diagnosed as a torn Achilles, that means we definitely won't see him on the field until the 2019 season.

Bryant has indicated on social media that the injury will be challenging to overcome, writing on his verified Twitter account, "Things was just starting to heat up for me".

CU activists protest as Trump forces Sessions' resignation
DOJOn his way out the door yesterday, former Attorney General Jeff Sessions took credit for reversing an upswing in violent crime. The White House selected Whitaker without seeking the consent of Congress , which may present its own Constitutional issues.

He is getting an MRI and the club is awaiting more information.

According to National Football League reporter Tom Pelissero, Bryant was helped off the field at Saints practice on Friday and is undergoing an MRI to determine the extent of his injury.

Even if he can't get on the field himself, Bryant can offer his Saints teammates support and advice through his long experience in the NFL.

City of Malibu under mandatory evacuation as wildfire rages
Friday after scorching 8,000 acres and destroying at least 30 homes in the two counties, fire officials said. Ventura County Fire Department tweeted that intense winds fueled the fire overnight, leading it to jump 101.

Saints fear WR Dez Bryant tore his Achilles on the last play of practice today, as @nflnetwork also reported.

Saints head coach Sean Payton got his chance to weigh in on the Dez Bryant signing on Thursday morning and Payton said that the veteran wideout has been on the team's radar for a while.

What 2018 Elections Could Tell Us About The 2020 Presidential Map
Pelosi suggested that the new majority's emphasis will be more about traditional checks and balances than investigative excess. For Democrats, a string of statewide victories in Rust Belt states opened a potential path back to the White House.

Related news