Los Angeles Rams: Dez Bryant to 49ers would show NFC West is the place to be?
The Los Angeles Rams have now established themselves, at least for the 2018 season, as the place to be. Would adding a player like Dez Bryant do the same for the San Francisco 49ers?
The Los Angeles Rams are already showing to be the kind of team veteran players, especially those looking to win now, might gravitate towards.
Listening to the Rich Eisen Show on Friday morning, a team like the San Francisco 49ers could soon be the same.
Eisen suggested in an absolutely casual conversation, that newly released wide receiver Dez Bryant would be a good fit in San Francisco, while a tweet from a CBS sports analysts also suggested a California landing spot.
Think for a moment Rams fans, the idea of a Los Angeles defense featuring both Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters matching up with Bryant.
And while you’re at it, Niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo having to fight off LA defensive tackles Ndamukong Suh and All-World Aaron Donald.
That’s a rivalry now times 10, IF that ever happened.
Thus far, Bryant is on an emotional laden tweet storm, with at least one person on his timeline suggesting or hinting at him possibly staying in the NFC East.
Equally as interesting.
Without a doubt, the Rams have established a beach-head out West with their tsunami of free agent additions. For good measure, if the Niners were to land a receiver like Bryant, it would add some serious luster and bluster to a rivalry a name away from reaching a serious and needed groundswell.
So long as we all understand Dez is a “name” only.
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Hey look, if Jerry Jones agreed to part ways with the would be diva, it’s fair to say Bryant has either worn out his welcome, or his sketchy production was a signal he’d become more hype than anything else.
Maybe a change of scenery is all he needs.
Well that, and a West Coast address.