Saints Fear Dez Bryant Suffered Torn Achilles At Practice

Ruben Holloway
November 11, 2018

An MRI confirmed Saturday that the Saints receiver ruptured his Achillies when he was injured at practice on Friday, according to reports.

Bryant would have had a feel good story opportunity with the Saints, but instead the situation may end in heartbreak for the former Dallas Cowboys' superstar.

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The person spoke to The Associated Press Friday on condition of anonymity because the team has not announced any details of Bryant's medical exam.

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Bryant's reaction was muted, referring to the injury as "the ultimate test". He signed his last Cowboys contract right after that, but has not approached that level of production since - a central reason Dallas released him in April with two years left on his five-year, $70 million contract.

Dez Bryant spent training camp, preseason and more than half of the National Football League regular season waiting for a team to give him a shot to prove himself.

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Dez just signed a $600k deal with the Saints to play in the team's remaining 8 games of the season earlier this week. and may have even seen game action as early as next week against the Eagles.

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