The Dallas Cowboys have a ton of big-time decisions to make this offseason. Between choosing which unrestricted free agents he'd like to stay in Dallas and preparation for April's NFL Draft, owner and GM Jerry Jones will be plenty busy.
When asked about a potential reunion with wide receiver Dez Bryant, however, Jones gave a ludicrous answer that would suggest he's added more to his offseason to-do list. Yes, Jones is weighing the options of bringing Bryant back to the Cowboys, just not from where you'd think.
After eight seasons in Dallas, Bryant was released ahead of the 2018 season. From 2012 to 2014, Bryant was one of the NFL's top receiving threats with three consecutive seasons of at least 1,000 yards and ten touchdowns.
Bryant has worked out for several teams and even had a short stint with the New Orleans Saints in 2018 but has not returned to the playing field since his Dallas days.
Jones said he's yet to reach out to him regarding a potential offer, but Byrant seems more than open to reuniting with the Cowboys. Depending on what Dallas ends up doing in the draft and whether they extend wide receiver Amari Cooper, Bryant could make a return to his roots before we know it.