3 reasons the New York Jets should give Dez Bryant a chance

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Dez Bryant has been attempting to make a comeback to the NFL to no avail just yet. Among the teams who could use him, the New York Jets should consider bringing him in for a workout.

The last time Bryant played in an NFL game was in 2017 with the Dallas Cowboys. Back in 2018, the free-agent wide receiver signed with the New Orleans Saints in hopes he could revive his career.

Unfortunately, the physical pass-catcher suffered a torn Achilles in one of his first practices with the Saints. As a result, Bryant was never able to take the field with New Orleans in the regular season or the playoffs.

Following the injury, Bryant went through an extensive recovery process to get back into shape. Now, two years after the injury, Bryant is looking to be a difference-maker for an NFL team once again.

Jamal Adams, a cornerstone of the Jets’ defense, expressed his desire to play alongside Bryant.

Provided that, New York would be remiss to not consider signing the charismatic wide receiver. Here are three reasons why the Jets should give Bryant a chance this offseason.