The tweet came amidst comments made by Browns general manager John Dorsey in New Jersey prior to the preseason opener that Bryant had not been answering or returning his calls.
The CBS Sports Instagram page accumulated a few of those tweets, noting Bryant's interest in the Browns.
Bryant's contention is that he has indeed been in communication with the Browns. "I just want to be right first".
"I actually did talk with Mr Dorsey", he wrote on Twitter. At the same time, he noted on Twitter that he is "going to play" this season, but that it'll happen "whenever I get ready".
He went on to tweet he would be taking a visit to Cleveland next week.
Bryant, a three-time Pro Bowler, was released in April after an eight-year Cowboys run in which he became the franchise leader in touchdown receptions. On Sunday, they traded Corey Coleman to the Buffalo Bills, then Antonio Callaway, a fourth-round pick who was expected to take Coleman's place, was cited for marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license. Bryant just doesn't seem like he's in a rush to get there.
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