While Bryant has yet to sign with a new National Football League team, it seems he played a role in helping the Cowboys bring back another one of their former wideouts in Brice Butler.
Receiver Brice Butler left the Dallas Cowboys this offseason intent on proving he was more than a second thought.
The addition of Butler means the Cowboys now boast seven receivers, including Cole Beasley, Allen Hurns, Deonte Thompson, Terrance Williams, Tavon Austin and Michael Gallup, but coach Jason Garrett believes it's best to be prepared.
The Buffalo Bills (139.5 YPG) and Arizona Cardinals (114 YPG) are the only two National Football League teams with a worse statistical passing offense than the Dallas Cowboys, who are averaging 149 yards per game through the air after two games.
Dallas released rookie safety Tyree Robinson on Tuesday to make room on its roster for Butler. But the biggest question has to be why?
Drafted by the Bills, Washington appeared in 15 games in each of the past two seasons, taking over as the starting 3-technique last season after Buffalo traded Marcell Dareus.
Butler played 36 games in Dallas over the past three seasons, catching 43 passes for 794 yards and 6 touchdowns.
It's not clear what the corresponding move will be to get Butler back on the roster.
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