Dez Bryant (COVID-19) intends to return to Ravens when eligible
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Dez Bryant (COVID-19) intends to return to the team when he is eligible to do so.
Following news of his positive test before the start of Week 13's game against the Dallas Cowboys, Bryant tweeted "Yea I’m going to go ahead and call it a quit for the rest of the season... I can’t deal with this". Less than two hours later he clarified his previous statement, tweeting "Yea I’m coming back... I’m being smart". At this point, it appears that Bryant will rejoin the Ravens after he clears COVID-19 protocols.
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