Saints make salary cap space for Dez Bryant by restructuring Terron Armstead

Saints sign ex Cowboys WR Dez Bryant

Saints sign ex Cowboys WR Dez Bryant

Garrett was asked if he had been hoping Bryant would sign with a team that doesn't play the Cowboys this year and he repeated his first answer, which basically seemed like his way of ducking the question. Since that banner year, Bryant has posted just 150 catches, 2,035 yards and 17 touchdowns over the past three seasons.

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Cameron Meredith is being placed on injured reserve and will undergo arthroscopic knee surgery, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. But after a workout on Tuesday, and a report of contract negotiations, Jeff Duncan of the New Orleans Times-Picayune has reported the New Orleans Saints will sign Bryant. "I know he'll help their team".

Seeking salary cap relief, the Cowboys released Bryant after last season with two years remaining on the receiver's five-year, $70 million contract.

Immediately Bryant jumps onto the depth chart as the Saints' second-best receiver behind Michael Thomas, meaning for the first time in his career, Bryant won't be relied on as a No.1 receiver.

Not long after his release from Dallas, Bryant turned down a three-year contract offer from the Baltimore Ravens, according to several media outlets.

New Orleans (7-1), which has won seven straight and leads the NFC South, didn't necessarily need another receiver.

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Bryant's presence in New Orleans figures to boost a passing offense that already ranks as one of the top ten best in the NFL.

After waiting nearly three months into the season to sign a contract, Bryant, 30, is walking into an almost ideal situation in New Orleans.

The Saints face the Cowboys in Week 13, giving Bryant a matchup against the team that drafted him with the No. 24 pick in 2010, and the only franchise he's played for until now. "I think he's going to be a good veteran for that team". "He's definitely a special player and I'm glad he got picked up and I'm glad something worked out for him".

New Orleans knew it couldn't go deep in the playoffs without shoring up their defense backfield, hence the trade for Apple ahead of the deadline two weeks ago.

For now, we'll have to wait to see how Bryant will be used in the Saints' stacked offense.

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