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Cowboys’ Dak Prescott has interesting take on a Dez Bryant return

Vincent Frank
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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott worked out with free-agent wide receiver Dez Bryant on Monday. The video showed Prescott and Bryant making sweet music with one another.

It has also led to speculation that Bryant could return to Big D after a two-year hiatus. Prescott apparently believes that should be the case after seeing the 31-year-old veteran work out.

At least, that’s the word from Jeff Cavanaugh of 105.3 The Fan in Dallas.

Bryant has not suited up in a regular season NFL game since he was a member of the Cowboys back in 2017. The three-time Pro Bowler did sign with the New Orleans Saints the following year but immediately suffered a torn Achilles.

Dallas does have a need at receiver behind Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup after the team saw Randall Cobb sign with the Houston Texans.

Whether this means Bryant is a possibility remains to be seen. While he has not shown real interest in the former first-round pick, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has talked in-depth about Bryant.

If anything were to happen on this front, it would likely be after the 2020 NFL Draft later this month. Dallas will likely target a receiver early. Should that not come to fruition, the possibility of Bryant returning to Dallas could pick up steam.