The Cleveland Browns have shown they won't maintain the status quo under general manager John Dorsey.
Dorsey has made numerous personnel moves with signings and head-spinning trades since joining the team in December to overhaul a roster that went 0-16 last season.
"It's a discussion," coach Hue Jackson said, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer. "We have a lot of good things going, but at the same time I don't think you can ever have too many good football players as long as they fit and as long as it's the right fit for the organization, for the locker room and for all involved."
Wideout Jarvis Landry echoed his coach's sentiment Monday, telling The Associated Press they would welcome Dez with "open arms" if he signed with Cleveland.
Whether the Browns determine Bryant fits what they're attempting to build remains to be seen, but there's no denying he is a good football player.