September 12, 2018
Dez Bryant is looking for “a creative graphic designer and a creative sketch artist.” The receiver also seeks an NFL job Drew Kaser Jersey , though he doesn’t seem concerned about his continued unemployment.
Bryant posted a job listing on Instagram, though he didn’t say why. A user responded by asking the former Cowboys star if he shouldn’t instead spend his time looking for a new team.
Bryant wrote: “The last problem I have is finding a team. I’m in a world you will never understand.”
The three-time Pro Bowler turned down the Ravens’ multi-year offer and has had no other teams express interest publicly. A report earlier this month said Bryant has received phone calls but was waiting for the “for the perfect fit, a winning organization and a team willing to do a one-year, prove-it deal.”
Former Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has speculated that Green Bay could be a fit for Bryant Kurt Coleman Jersey , though Aaron Rodgers essentially shot down that idea. Earlier this week, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott threw out New Orleans as a possible landing spot for Bryant.
Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report said he continues to hear San Francisco could have interest in Bryant, but adding “that’s far from certain.”
The Cowboys released Bryant 68 days ago, and it appears he will remain unemployed for at least a while longer. Bryant Lance Alworth Jersey , though, doesn’t think that’s a problem.
A former NFL football player is suing Michigan State University, saying his rights were violated when he was expelled after a sexual misconduct investigation.
Keith Mumphery was not charged with a crime. But he says his NFL career was ruined after his 2016 expulsion from a graduate program was reported by news media a year later.
Mumphery, a wide receiver Kendall Fuller Jersey , was cut by the Houston Texans in 2017. He had 24 catches over two seasons.
A lawsuit was filed Tuesday in federal court in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The lawsuit says Michigan State took action against Mumphery to ”appease” a female student, despite ”numerous inconsistencies” about what had happened between the two in 2015.
Michigan State declined to comment.
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