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Dez Bryant Reveals Retirement Plan

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Free agent wideout Dez Bryant has outlined his retirement plans.
Free agent wideout Dez Bryant has outlined his retirement plans. / Patrick Smith/Getty Images

Dez Bryant made his return to the field in 2020, marking his first NFL appearance since the 2017 season with the Dallas Cowboys. After a handful of games with the Baltimore Ravens this year, Bryant is now a free agent, and this could be the time for him to hang his cleats up.

However, Bryant has outlined his plans to keep playing, at least for a couple more seasons.

The wideout said on Twitter that he's planning to play two more years, then retire. Of course, that will depend on him finding a roster spot for the next two seasons, but there could be some teams willing to take a chance on the former All-Pro receiver.

Bryant played in six games for Baltimore in 2020. He caught six passes, two for touchdowns, and totaled 47 yards in his brief stint with the Ravens.

The three-time Pro Bowler didn't have glowing things to say about his tenure in Baltimore, so a reunion seems out of the question. And at 32 years old, receivers can find it hard to catch on with teams as they get up there in age.

But, a big name like Bryant may be enough to entice an organization to take a chance on him, hoping he can provide a worthwhile veteran presence.

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