Andrew Luck takes out full-page ad thanking Colts fans Dez Bryant apparently now wants another shot at the NFL.NFL Network’s Jane Slater shared a video clip Saturday of a chiseled-looking Bryant working out, sprinting, cutting and catching passes, something he hasn’t done in the NFL since 2017. NFL places Bills’ Tyrel Dodson on Commissioner-Exempt List Patriots intend to re-sign Demaryius Thomas, reports say Bryant’s desire to return to the NFL is quite a change from his stance just a month ago. After news broke of a lawsuit claiming the Dallas Cowboys and Ezekiel Elliott conspired to cover up details of a 2017 car accident, Bryant tweeted, “This exactly why I don’t have no interest in playing football right now. I have not reached out to no organization trying to play. People forget real quick we are still human. My anxiety and depression came from this type of stuff. What I realized [is] nobody care but me.” “Healthy, moving fast and explosive” words receivers coach David Robinson used to describe his workout with @DezBryant he’s working on his mind but looks like he’s still working on his game too pic.twitter.com/T16xhjunRQ— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) September 1, 2019The Cowboys released the three-time Pro Bowl receiver in April 2018. He signed with the Saints in November, but tore his Achilles tendon before playing in a game.“I’m way better than I was before I went to the Saints last year,” Bryant told Slater. “Mid-October is when I’m going to be trying to get back in the league.” Related News Who might give Bryant a shot? NFL Media reported this spring that the Saints might be interested, and it’s not hard to imagine a receiver-depleted team (think the New York Giants) might take a low-risk, high-reward gamble on the 30-year-old wideout.Bryant caught 531 passes for 7,459 yards and 73 touchdowns in eight seasons with the Cowboys.