It’s no secret that Dez Bryant wants to play with Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys again, and on Thursday he got a taste of what could be if that happens.
Bryant shared on Twitter than he and Prescott worked out together, noting they “picked up where we left off.”
Where they left off was pretty good, if you remember.
Though Bryant’s last years in Dallas weren’t as good as what he did in his heyday, he did put up good stats playing with Prescott from 2016-17. In those two seasons, Bryant played in 29 games, catching 119 passes for 1,634 yards and 14 touchdowns.
The veteran is itching to get back into the league after missing the last two seasons and looks to be in outstanding physical shape.
Dallas has talked about Bryant potentially returning but has not made any move toward signing him back.