After being released by the Dallas Cowboys last week, wide receiver Dez Bryant has indicated he prefers to stay in the NFC East to play his former team two times a year. On Tuesday, Bryant revealed that the New York Giants are in fact a potential destination for the 29-year-old. In an interview with 247Sports, Bryant was asked about his potential landing destinations, saying it would "be crazy" to land in New York.

The Dez Bryant saga is going to consume us for the next few months, unless and until he signs with an NFL team. And the off-from-his-peak-but-still-probably-pretty-productive receiver clearly isn’t going to sit patiently and wait for offers to roll in

Dez Bryant’s desire to remain in the NFC East after his eight-year spell with the Dallas Cowboys ended on Friday (April 13) could prove difficult to fulfil. After being cut by the Cowboys, the wide-receiver insisted he had no intention of leaving the division, hinting he would relish the prospect of facing his former team. "Being in the [NFC East], that’s a huge possibility," Bryant told NFL Network.

Dez Bryant’s desire to remain in the NFC East after his eight-year spell with the Dallas Cowboys ended on Friday (April 13) could prove difficult to fulfil. After being cut by the Cowboys, the wide-receiver insisted he had no intention of leaving the division, hinting he would relish the prospect of facing his former team. "Being in the [NFC East], that’s a huge possibility," Bryant told NFL Network.

The best thing reporters can do at T-minus 10 days to the NFL draft is listen to all the people they trust and know that much of what they’re saying might be a best guess because so few people inside an organization (one, perhaps) truly know what that team is about to do in the draft. “I don’t see Luck in this draft, and I don’t see Carson Wentz, who I liked a lot coming into the draft,” Saints coach Sean Payton said Saturday. “I’d feel a little bit uneasy if I were at the top of this draft and I decided I had to have a quarterback.

Draft Week is almost upon us. Here’s where we stand before the final mock drafts are upon us. Among the interesting contested spots: If the New York Giants indeed hold onto their No. 2 pick, do they go QB? Baker Mayfield can’t crack the top 10, so where

Danny Kanell joins Hakem Dermish to lay out the New York football Giants game plan on Draft day.

Among the big changes from the last mock: Josh Allen rockets up the board while Baker Mayfield falls out of the top 10 The Cowboys make a move which will put some pressure on Dez Bryant  The Browns go for the Saquon Barkley luxury pick (Amber Matsumoto

Days after telling reporters his surgically repaired right forearm is "100 percent," New York Giants safety Landon Collins might need an additional surgery, according to an NFL Network report on Wednesday. Per the report, the arm is not healing as quickly as doctors hoped and Collins might undergo a second surgery to plate the break again, which would keep him out six to eight weeks. Collins, 24, broke his arm while making a tackle in Week 16 of last season against the Arizona Cardinals.

The NFL released its 2018 preseason schedule on Wednesday afternoon. The preseason kicks off on Aug. 2 with the Hall of Fame Game between the Chicago Bears and the Baltimore Ravens. Here are a few notable games to look out for: • Week 1: The

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