Report: Dez Bryant willing to wait until training camp to sign

It’s not that Dez Bryant is without interest. Instead, the star receiver is patiently waiting for the perfect fit, a winning organization and a team willing to do a one-year, prove it deal, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports.

No. He’s all good, Grigson said, according to Colts.com. I mean the guy’s thrown a zillion balls. The media’s seen it.

About a month into the 2016 season, Luck had consistently appeared on the injury report as a limited participant, typically on Thursdays. But the team continued to brush off concerns.

There isn’t some kind of chronic shoulder injury or anything like that, I promise you, Irsay told the Indianapolis Star before a Week 4 game in London. There are no surgeries planned. He is fine and the shoulder is something that just disappears into the woodwork when he wins his next MVP or when he wins a Super Bowl.

Luck played in 15 games that season, only missing one in November due to a concussion. Despite being on the injury report on a weekly basis, Luck completed a career-best 63.5 percent of his passes with 31 touchdowns, 13 interceptions and a 96.4 passer rating that was No. 9 in the NFL among starting quarterbacks.

He won’t be the first quarterback to get involved in another sport this offseason, as Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers bought a stake in the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks.

Wilson was drafted twice by Major League Baseball, and played in college. In two minor league seasons, the diminutive second baseman hit.229. He has also made frequent appearances in spring training camps. including with the Yankees this year.

Of those 19 pass-rushers, only four others (Joey Bosa, Vic Beasley, Yannick Ngakoue and Danielle Hunter) are still playing on their four-year rookie contracts. Clark is in an elite tier of both youth and production, even if he was the third pass-rusher in Seattle for the majority of his first three years in his NFL career.

The LaMarr Woodley-like athlete has a chance to make a name for himself this year, with just Dion Jordan, Rasheem Green, Marcus Smith and Barkevious Mingo as rosterable edge defenders or hybrid defenders. All eyes should be on him this season.

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