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Dez Bryant has yet to talk about his contract with Cowboys brass

The Dallas Cowboys have a tough decision to make during the NFL offseason. Star wide receiver Dez Bryant will make $12.5 million next season. At this point, he’s simply not worth that dollar amount. Rumors abound that the team will ask Bryant to take a pay cut. If he doesn’t he’ll play elsewhere next season.

According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, owner Jerry Jones and the Cowboys brass have yet to have a discussion about his contract with the outspoken wideout.

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has yet to have talks with his agent or the organization about possibly having to take a pay cut to remain with the team in 2018.

Apparently, Bryant wants to keep the discussion with the Cowboys close to the vest. The veteran wideout doesn’t want to share it with anyone. “That’s a discussion for me, for myself and my agent and Mr. Jones and the Joneses, the Dallas Cowboys,” Bryant said.

Also, Bryant recently commented on whether he could picture himself playing for another NFL team. Dez can’t seem himself in another uniform, yet, via Archer.

“It don’t seem right,” Bryant said on The Fan. “It wouldn’t be right.”

At this point, considering Bryant’s persistent injury problems and lack of production on the field, parting ways with the veteran wide receiver seems to be the direction the team may be leaning in. Dallas is a team that can contend for a title for many years to come and the money owed to Bryant could be better spent elsewhere if he’s not going to perform at an elite level.


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Whether Jones and company decide to part ways with Bryant remains to be seen, but it seems very realistic that it could happen. As of right now, the Cowboys are considered a middle-of-the-pack team in terms of the odds to win the Super Bowl next season. That could change if the team cuts Bryant or even if they decide to keep him.

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