Just a couple of days after signing with the New Orleans Saints, wide receiver Dez Bryant reportedly is feared to have suffered an Achilles injury, which would be a season-ending deal. This is very unfortunate for a guy who was trying to resurrect his career, playing for a contending team.
Once this news broke, Twitter of course exploded with commentary and well wishes.
Dez Bryant in New Orleans like pic.twitter.com/mfWzWm0Upe
— Mo? (@WallOfWizards) November 9, 2018
My boy @DezBryant hurt already ??♂️
— Nov 20th ? (@OleBoyT) November 9, 2018
The Twitter Takes are aflame with the @DezBryant news — his potential Achilles injury is either a direct result of his not being active for so long or the exact reason why @LeVeonBell has been holding out.
How about this one — it’s an awful shame.
— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) November 9, 2018
@DezBryant keep your head up and we all are praying for a speedy recovery.
— Born & Raised in TX (@MamaRaisedAMan) November 9, 2018
— ryan friend (@ryanfromcollege) November 9, 2018
— Boateng Jr (@Bob_Lyrics) November 9, 2018
– Saints sign Dez Bryant earlier this week
– Media and fans are excited
– Bryant appears to have ruptured his Achilles tendon at practice today.
Saints are tempting Fate and Fate is having none of it.
— John Dugas (@duga_john) November 9, 2018
— Brad Booker (@bradbooker) November 9, 2018
About 6 weeks ago I renamed my fantasy football team "all aboard the injury cart" I had 4 players hit the IR and 2 more out with injuries prior to week 3. So I picked up @DezBryant yesterday and now we have a potential torn achilles.
— Riley Bufford (@buffordri) November 9, 2018
Bet Dez Bryant could still burn Marcus Peters
— Sam Ramirez (@SRAM541) November 9, 2018
— Clinton Reyes (@ClintonReyes) November 9, 2018
Bad day and injury for Saints WR Dez Bryant, whom team fears tore his Achilles. As one NFL HC just texted: “If that is in fact the case, not shocked. Out that long. Does not matter what you do while away from REAL FB. Can’t duplicate it.”
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 9, 2018