By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Dez Bryant has caught a touchdown on Sunday. He caught the touchdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.
This is Bryant’s first touchdown in three seasons. He last caught a touchdown prior to Sunday during the 2017 season with the Dallas Cowboys.
It was 1,106 days between touchdowns for the “X” man. Following the score, he did his signature “X” signal.
He also requested the ball to keep after the touchdown.
Following the 2017 season, Jerry Jones elected to cut ties with the wide receiver. He missed much of the 2018 season before signing with the New Orleans Saints.
In his second practice with the Saints, he tore his Achilles’ tendon. This caused him to miss the rest of the 2018 season and the entire 2019 season.
Several weeks ago, he signed with the Ravens. Since then, he has bounced on and off the active roster.
When he was not on the active roster, he was on the Ravens practice squad.
So far against the Jaguars, he has one reception for the 11-yard touchdown. This season, the former Oklahoma State Cowboys player has
five receptions for 39 yards and the aforementioned touchdown.
He’s played in three games for the Ravens.