Cleveland Browns: Dez Bryant says he’s coming for a visit

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According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, the Browns are finally ready to bring in Bryant for a visit next week, likely in hopes of locking down a deal.

Dez Bryant tells me he's "got a plan" for a return to the National Football League. and that the plan includes a visit next week to the Cleveland Browns.

Bryant also retweeted a potential explanation for why he waited so long to speak to the Browns: He wanted to see what they were putting on the field first.

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Bryant clarified the comments saying he has played with a broken foot before trying to make the fans happy and this time he wants to make sure that he is 100 percent right.

"I actually did talk with Mr Dorsey", he wrote on Twitter.

Bryant said to another Twitter user that he is not ready to play yet.

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The former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver was released by the organization in mid-April after eight seasons with the team and seemingly hasn't received much interest after he stated he wanted revenge on his former team and stay in the NFC East.

NFL Media's Ian Rapoport reports expects Bryant to arrive in Cleveland next Thursday.

"I've got a plan, " Bryant said.

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Bryant, who played his first seven seasons in the National Football League with the Cowboys, caught 69 passes for 838 yards and six touchdowns last season in Dallas.

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