With Josh Gordon's absence, the Cleveland Browns are considering signing Dez Bryant. Browns general manager John Dorsey told reporters Wednesday the team has had discussions about the possibility of adding Bryant. Dorsey noted the ex-Cowboys receiver is one of several potential additions Cleveland has considered.
"I've had a chance to be around Dez," Dorsey said, per The Plain Dealer. "I've known Dez, I got a chance, when he was down there at Lufkin Texas, I actually went to his workout and got a chance to meet him down there. I know what kind of person he is and what makes him, he's a very talented player. Have we had discussions about Dez Bryant? Yeah, that's natural. You're going to have discussions like that. Now, we'll see what comes to fruition in the next couple days, but we've talked about it. You have to talk about these things."
Dorsey added: "I've talked about a lot of players. There's a whole list of players we've talked about as a staff."
Bryant has remained unsigned since getting cut by Dallas in April. He's still a great receiver, just not elite. Any team would benefit from adding him to their roster.