Jason Witten expects Dez Bryant to sign with Packers

Posted May 16, 2018

Despite receiving a two-year offer from Baltimore, the three-time Pro Bowler passed on the opportunity as he's hoping to ink a lucrative one-year deal to prove himself in 2018 to sign a long-term deal next offseason. "So, you partner him up with Jimmy Graham and Aaron Rodgers, I think that offense can put up a lot of points".

Are his struggles because of Dez Bryant? "He's motivated and I think he's going to end up going to the Green Bay Packers", Witten told The Adam Schefter Podcast. Bryant would be an interesting fit with the Packers - Graham, Dez and Davante Adams would be pretty hard to defend.

"Rodgers, he throws that back-shoulder throw so well and Dez has great chemistry with a good quarterback that can put the ball wherever he wants", said Witten, the new voice of Monday Night Football. He made comments that he wanted to play for an NFC East team so he could make the Cowboys pay for giving up on him. Even more are anxious that the Packers don't have enough weapons for Aaron Rodgers to use.

While Jason Witten thinks that Dez Bryant could end up with the Green Bay Packers, that is just one of a number of possibilities for the former Dallas Cowboys superstar.

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"I still think Dez can still high-point the football as good as any other wide receiver in the National Football League".

Witten, who noted he doesn't have any inside info on Green Bay, also pinpointed another possible landing spot for Bryant: the Saints. Green Bay's top receiver is Davante Adams, and they did add Graham at tight end via free agency.

The Packers drafted three wide receivers in the recent NFL Draft though they lack established options with Jordy Nelson released and signing for Oakland Raiders. Brown and Trevor Davis, among others. He last topped 1,000 yards in a season in 2014.

The 29-year old Bryant was released by the Cowboys in mid-April following a 69-reception, 838-yard season.