Dez Bryant played in 113 games as a member of the Dallas Cowboys. His overall production puts him in the conversation with the greatest receivers in franchise history.
It wasn't a smooth ride, though. Bryant's ups and downs over the last eight seasons made for many of the team's biggest stories.
Looking back at Bryant's time with the Cowboys, here are some of the highs and lows.
HIGHSThe 2014 season
It was his best year with the Cowboys. Bryant caught 88 passes for 1,320 yards and a career-high 16 touchdowns, most of any NFL player that year. He had four 100-yard games and four multi-touchdown games. It was also the only year he was part of a playoff victory, helping defeat the Detroit Lions, 24-20, in the wild card round. Of course, that game was followed by the loss in Green Bay, which included his famous overturned fourth-quarter catch. Regardless, it was Bryant's second of three Pro Bowl seasons and the only year he was named first-team All-Pro.
Passing Bob Hayes