Dez to Browns GM: 'I'm coming ... to see you'

The former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver was released by the organization in mid-April after eight seasons with the team and seemingly hasn't received much interest after he stated he wanted revenge on his former team and stay in the NFC East.

A couple of hours later, Bryant had reconsidered and tweeted his decision that he was "starting my visits next week", including with Cleveland.

On rookie WR Michael Gallup.

Cleveland Browns General Manager John Dorsey told reporters Thursday night before the Browns preseason game against the New York Giants that Bryant had not been answering his calls.

While Dorsey hadn't been able to get a hold of Bryant, the free agent receiver did address the Browns report on Twitter.

Dorsey went on to tell the Plain-Dealer he "wants to bring Bryant in with a group of receivers next week to help fortify a position that's been through some upheaval in the past week".

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Meanwhile, Dorsey talked about when we might see Gordon again.

"I'm going to play ... just whenever I get ready", Bryant tweeted.

On Sunday, they traded Corey Coleman to the Buffalo Bills, then Antonio Callaway, a fourth-round pick who was expected to take Coleman's place, was cited for marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license.

Bryant even shared that he "wouldn't mind playing for the Browns".

Bryant, who played his first seven seasons in the National Football League with the Cowboys, caught 69 passes for 838 yards and six touchdowns last season in Dallas.

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