Receiver Dez Bryant remains unemployed 69 days after he was released by the Dallas Cowboys on April 13.
But he also remains "unbothered" by his idle status, roughly a month before training camps begin across the NFL.
Right now, Bryant is focused on finding “a creative graphic designer and a creative sketch artist.”
At least, that is what he recently posted on Instagram.
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Of course, in keeping with the rules of social media, a follower chimed in with a question of whether the Cowboys all-time leader in touchdown receptions should rather be focusing his energy on looking for a new team.
Bryant shot back quick: “The last problem I have is finding a team. I’m in a world you will never understand.”
What also remains misunderstood is why Bryant turned down a three-year, $21 million offer from the Baltimore Ravens in April in hopes of signing a one-year, prove-it deal with a team of his choice.
Per an NFL report, Bryant has received phone calls but was waiting for the “for the perfect fit, a winning organization and a team willing to do a one-year, prove-it deal.”
Time will tell.