Dez Bryant may be a freelance agent, but he is not without his followers.
Among them was the former Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan for the Free Agent Receiver, who was released after nine seasons with the Dallas Cowboys.
Ryan, who served as Defensive Coordinator for the Saints from 2013 to 2015, explained how, as cowboys coach, he experienced the "beginning of the end" of former LSU star Morris Claiborne's career.
̵1; Jon Machota (@jonmachota) May 15, 2018
"He's a wild horse, that's him Believe me, I've made the mistake of giving him a first anniversary on the first day of practice and Dez Bryant caught him, knocking him down, that he had a terrible career. He still plays, but he's not good, "said Ryan. "That was the beginning of the end, that was the dumbest thing I've ever done."
Ryan did not explicitly call the earlier LSU defense in his comments on Undisputed, but a USA Today investigation identified him as a questionable player.
Ryan was the Cowboys Defensive Coordinator in 2011 and 2012 before occupying the same position for the Saints. Ryan was fired after leading New Orleans into the NFL's worst defense in 2015. In 2016, he became assistant to the Buffalo Bills. In 2017 he was hired by Fox Sports as a radio analyst.
Cluiborne, the # 6 LSU 2012, played for the Cowboys until the end of his rookie contract in 2016. He signed a one-year contract with the jets for the 2017 season and signed an extension for the 2018 season in March. Claiborne has five interceptions and 194 tackles over his six NFL seasons.