Dez Bryant wants to add a superstar in his former team, fans reacted

Will the Cowboys agree with Dez Bryant’s tweet?

Former All-Pro wide receiver Dez Bryant, one of the legendary players wants something from his former team. He is done playing but he has a great suggestion for his former team Dallas Cowboys. Dez Bryant wants his former team to add some superstars to their ranks this year. 

Bryant suggests Dallas Cowboys try and acquire All-Pro running back Derrick Henry. Henry is a star player currently playing for Tennessee Titans.

Bryant believes that Henry could be a better choice for the Cowboys and the team would be profited more if Henry is paired with Tony Pollard. Bryant also believes that Derrick would do more better here in the Dallas Cowboys squad.  

Derrick henry
Derrick henry

“Cowboys get Derrick Henry with the supporting cast they have… Prescott Pollard Lamb Cooks Gallup and sprinkle in Turpin/Vaughn. Derrick Henry will bring the perfect balance to execute all of the firepowers the Cowboys have… that’s a tough offense with a tough defense… Explosive Strength Balance and Speed Reminder.. Derrick Henry carried the load in Tennessee his whole entire career.. he don’t have to do that in Dallas… I like the idea of this Yr cowboy team,” Bryant wrote on Twitter. 

Henry is considered to be one of the star running back of the NFL. His impressive gameplay, talent and skills earned him a big nickname in the NFL. He is known as “King Henry” in the NFL world.

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The Cowboys are also in need of a running back that can rush for over 2000 yards in a season as well as the fans are certainly down to add a running back with the same quality who can be paired with their rising star Tony Pollard. 

After Dez Bryant’s Tweet got Viral, fans immediately started to react to it. 

“Derrick Henry and pollard sheeesh,” one fan wrote.

“I’ve been saying this for years. Should help decrease Daks turnovers too,” one fan said.

“Dez for GM,” another wrote.

This big trade would require the Cowboys to make an offer and the Titans to be open to trading their all-world runner first, but neither of those appears to be happening right now. 

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