Dez Bryant's patience pays off with flawless landing spot

What Dez Bryant signing with the Saints means for fantasy football owners

What Dez Bryant signing with the Saints means for fantasy football owners

Dez Bryant is back in the National Football League and with a Super Bowl contender after agreeing to a one-year contract with the New Orleans Saints. Bryant called Lee a "snake". They're also replacing the mediocre Meredith, who isn't much faster than Bryant, with an accomplished receiver.

"They're getting a great receiver". "Right when I got here, he took me under his wing".

There are certainly benefits to working from home, especially if you're a parent: usually you get to interact with your kids if they're home, if not all day then at least part of the day, or you're able to do small but important things like pick them up from the bus stop. "That has nothing to do with how the other guys are playing".

"I'm happy for Dez, happy he has an opportunity to go play and finish the right way", Garrett said.

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"Each week we'll have different players in different spots, tight ends, running backs, but you're asking a question, I think, based on the other reports, so I'll get to the next question", Saints head coach Sean Payton told beat reporters Wednesday morning, shortly before word leaked of Bryant's imminent signing. Dez was a great player in this organization for a long time. "I know he can still contribute to a team and I'm glad it's going to be us". "I don't know all the dynamics", Watson said.

In New Orleans, Bryant will likely be a No. 2 or No. 3 receiver along with promising rookie Tre'Quan Smith, who posted 11 catches for 196 yards and 3 touchdowns over the past four games after Ginn was injured. "It was more so knowing a guy like that is out there, and there might come a time when we could need a guy like that".

Bryant's eight year career in Dallas had its fair share of drama, but also some really good production as well. We have yet to mention Alvin Kamara, Mark Ingram or the league's best offensive line, which now resides in New Orleans.

According to both the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Jane Slater, Bryant has agreed to a one-year deal with the New Orleans Saints.

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