Saints Fear Dez Bryant Suffered Torn Achilles At Practice

Report Dez Bryant helped off the practice field with injury

Report Dez Bryant helped off the practice field with injury Dez Bryant participated in his first practice as a Saint on Thursday

Bryant, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, was optimistic about joining the Saints after experiencing an acrimonious split with the Dallas Cowboys earlier this year.

Bryant, who has been unemployed since being cut by the Cowboys April 13, joined the Saints on Wednesday after agreeing to a one-year, $600,000 deal. Unfortunately, the top team in the NFC South just received horrendous news surrounding its newest acquisition.

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"I'm here with the New Orleans Saints".

That said, Payton said he hasn't seen Bryant practice yet and "we'll see" if Bryant plays this weekend after that changes.

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Now, it appears his season could be over before he even made his debut. The New Orleans Saints receiver is feared to have a torn Achilles, according to NFL Media's Tom Pelissero. He was carted off the practice field and taken to get an MRI. However, during practice on Friday, Bryant went down with a what was initially reported as just a "lower leg injury". Per Schefter, the Saints could turn to Brandon Marshall, who also worked out for the team along with Bryant recently.

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