Janoris Jenkins still pushing for Dez Bryant to Giants

Lynette Rowe
May 16, 2018

It's a situation that Witten called a "great spot" for his longtime teammate to once again prove that he is an elite wideout in the NFL.

This isn't the first time Jenkins has expressed on Twitter his desire for the Giants to go after the free-agent wide receiver.

"I think Dez is certainly going to have some great opportunities", Witten said.

Except some guy named Dez Bryant.

"I think he's going to end up going to the Green Bay Packers", Witten said, via the Star-Telegram. "Aaron Rodgers, he throws that back-shoulder throw so well, and Dez [can have] great chemistry with a good quarterback that can put the ball wherever he wants".

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The Cowboys cut Bryant back in April, saving $8.5 million of cap space in the process.

"I still believe Dez can high-point the football as good as any other wide receiver in the National Football League". Green Bay did take three receivers in the draft, but letting the rookies sit behind Bryant for a year makes sense. May.

However, it appears Brian Gutekunst and the Packers are content with Moore, Geronimo Allison, Michael Clark, Trevor Davis, DeAngelo Yancey and a host of others, including draft picks Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. He received a contract offer from the Baltimore Ravens, but didn't seem interested in it. Bryant has been a dominant receiver in his eight-year career, but has perhaps lost a step.

As for Jenkins - who was suspended for a game last season because he failed to return after the team's bye week - he has promised to be on better terms with management.

Witten also mentioned the New Orleans Saints as a possibility, but let's look at the Packers. Even more are anxious that the Packers don't have enough weapons for Aaron Rodgers to use. That'd give Bryant more than enough time to get accustomed to the offensive system and mesh with Rodgers.

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