Dez Bryant nows declares he's coming to Cleveland for visit

Dez Bryant nows declares he's coming to Cleveland for visit

On Thursday evening before the Cowboys game against the 49ers, Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey told Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com that he's called Bryant to come in for a visit with his team next week.

Dez Bryant tells me he's "got a plan" for a return to the National Football League. and that the plan includes a visit next week to the Cleveland Browns.

The CBS Sports Instagram page accumulated a few of those tweets, noting Bryant's interest in the Browns.

Midway through the second quarter of the Browns' preseason game against the New York Giants on Thursday night - and shortly after an impressive touchdown drive led by rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield - Bryant tweeted out that he will officially visit the Browns next week.

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"I actually did talk with Mr Dorsey", he wrote on Twitter.

Cowboys Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman said he believes Bryant will play in the National Football League this season.

The Browns certainly sound like they want to add Dez Bryant to the fold this season, but if that is going to happen, the 29-year-old will have to pick up his phone.

Cleveland also traded away Corey Coleman to the Bills hours before learning that fourth-rounder Antonio Callaway was cited for marijuana possession. Bryant, however, just might be too tough to get a hold of.

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