That’s the view of Titans tight end Delanie Walker who believes Bryant should be remembered for his good years more than his bad ones.
The last few seasons have seen Bryant’s form dip with his 838 yards in 2017 representing his best return since 2014.
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He caught just 52 per cent of passes in 2017 and after averaging 91 catches, 1,312 yards, and 14 touchdowns from 2012 through 2014, he has since averaged just 50 for 678 and six scores over the past three seasons.
But he is still expected to find a franchise despite being without a side since the Cowboys cut him in April.
And Walker has admitted he would not complain if the wide receiver turned up at Tennessee.
“We’ve got some good, premier receivers on our team, Corey Davis, Rishard Matthews,” Walker said.
“It’s another element if they was to bring him to the team. If he can help us out, gladly I would welcome him with open arms.
“I see him in my type of situation, you know, an older vet guy. And I’m able to play at a high level, so I’m still sure he’s able to play at a high level.
“People have got to remember, it’s football. Some years you’re going to have bad years, some years you’re going to have good years.
“And, you know, they’ve got to look at the better years he had than him having one bad year.”
Despite poor recent seasons, Bryant is still the Cowboys’ all-time receiving touchdowns leader with 73.