Dallas Cowboys release Dez Bryant


The Dallas Cowboys have released East Texas native Dez Bryant following a meeting on Friday.

After the meeting, Bryant took to Twitter with his immediate thoughts on parting with #CowboysNation, tweeting “let’s start the process. #unbothered #ThrowUpTheX”

The Lufkin High School graduate was plucked by the Dallas Cowboys with the No. 24 pick of the 2010 NFL Draft after Jerry Jones and Company traded up with the New England Patriots from No. 27.

As a Cowboy, Bryant was a three-time Pro Bowl selection, First-team All-Pro (2014) and the NFL’s receiving touchdowns leader (2014).

For the 2017 season, Bryan recorded 69 receptions for 838 yards and six touchdowns, having played in all 16 games.

His career stats include: 113 games played 531 receptions 7,459 yards 73 touchdowns.

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