Dez Bryant Injured During Saints Practice

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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.

The wide receiver is undergoing an MRI Friday, per Pelissero. Unfortunately, the top team in the NFC South just received horrendous news surrounding its newest acquisition.

The three-time Pro Bowl receiver hasn't played in an National Football League game since Week 17 of last season.

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

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Now, it appears his season could be over before he even made his debut.

A day after signing a contract with the Saints, Dez Bryant was reportedly helped off the field. I won't question the man upstairs. this is the ultimate test. thank you everyone for the prayers."Dez Bryant suffered an injury while practicing with the New Orleans Saints on Friday - and people are anxious it could be a torn Achilles tendon which would end his season".

If Bryant's injury is officially diagnosed as a torn Achilles, that means we definitely won't see him on the field until the 2019 season.

The team is already looking at replacement wideouts - including Brandon Marshall - according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.