Dez Bryant's offseason struggle of finding a new home continues, and he took to Twitter on Tuesday to vent a few frustrations.
After former Cowboys teammate Jason Witten recently express his thoughts on Dez Bryant potentially becoming a member of the Green Bay Packers, a recent report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport spoke the opposite.
Rapoport senses that there is 'nothing' going on between Bryant and the Packers, and that 'nothing is expected to be.'
Last month, Bryant turned down a multi-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens. Following the latest news regarding his status with Green Bay, the move to decline was again questioned by a fan on Twitter.
In a response from Bryant, he said he remains very appreciative of the offer from Baltimore before going on to question what he pictures as the media's motivation to continue to place his character in a negative light.
In an additional response, he also called the media 'a joke' and quelled any notion of a potential retirement.
The Cowboys cut Bryant back in April, saving $8.5 million of cap space in the process.