Saints Fear Dez Bryant Suffered Torn Achilles At Practice

Doug Mendoza
November 10, 2018

Bryant, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, was optimistic about joining the Saints after experiencing an acrimonious split with the Dallas Cowboys earlier this year.

In 16 games a year ago for the Dallas Cowboys, Bryant had 69 catches for 838 yards and six touchdowns.

After being cut by the Cowboys in April, Bryant turned down multiple offers from other National Football League teams, before the Saints starting courting him earlier this week.

According to NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero, the Saints fear that Bryant tore his Achilles during today's practice. The injury came just days after Bryant signed a one-year contract with New Orleans worth up to $1.1 million.

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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.

ESPN's Adam Schefter clarified that Bryant's MRI is largely considered a formality, and he'll be sidelined for eight months, with a chance of returning for training camp.

If Bryant is unable to play this season, the Saints could look to sign another receiver soon.

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