Dez Bryant hasn't caught an NFL pass in two years, as he was left unsigned following a torn Achilles in the middle of the 2018 season.
That hasn't stopped the former Dallas Cowboys star from pushing to get back in the league, as he has named his three preferred destinations on Twitter Thursday night.
Using some deductive reasoning, "black and gold" most likely means the New Orleans Saints, who have Drew Brees at quarterback and signed him last year before his Achilles injury, and not the Pittsburgh Steelers (but how sure can we really be?). A reunion with the Cowboys and a relationship with Lamar Jackson on the Baltimore Ravens are also high on his priority list.
Bryant's ability to win contested catches served him well until the bitter end in Big D, and tossing him aside at the age of 31 is a move that could come back to haunt NFL teams if Bryant is able to turn back the clock.
Dez is just 31, and his last season in Dallas proved that he can at least be a productive receiver, if not an elite one. If healthy, each of those three teams should at least give him a call and bring him in on a tryout basis.