Bryant's salary was not immediately known.
Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley also tweeted his congratulations at Bryant.
Timing was everything for the Saints and Bryant, leading to the two sides making it happen. As if opposing defenders didn't already have their hands full with Drew Brees, Michael Thomas, Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram, now they'll have to deal with Bryant, who better make up for the tweet by performing well with his new team.
After a long, drawn out season that has seen the Dallas franchise leader in career touchdown receptions flirt with several AFC teams, the free agent wide receiver has landed with an NFC foe, and one that has a serious history of giving the Cowboys headaches.
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The 6-foot-2, 220-pounder was among the NFL's best in his prime. Last season, Bryant caught 69 passes, including six touchdowns, for a grand total of 838 yards and was tied for third in the league in dropped passes. And the Cowboys were ultimately ready to move on from what executive vice president Stephen Jones described as a "fiery" personality that could sometimes be a "distraction". Getting revenge on the Dallas Cowboys would just be an added bonus. Bryant called Lee a "snake". The Saints play the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on November 29. "I look forward to working with him". From the people who love this game, who've played, they can understand that about it being somewhat harder for other people to figure that out.
I'm guessing those in the Big Easy aren't going to like this.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett also reacted to the Bryant deal Wednesday.
"I'm really happy for him and that opportunity", Garrett said, via USA Today. He wants to finish his career strong. He's done such a great job for this organization and been an impact player in this league over the course of his eight years playing.
"I don't know how much carryover there will be from what he had in Dallas - it's probably not a lot - so that's a process".