Dez Bryant became one of the most productive and well known Dallas Cowboys receivers of all-time, finishing as the franchise’s fifth all-time leading receiver after he was selected with the 24th overall pick in 2010 out of Oklahoma State.

Bryant last played for the Baltimore Ravens in 2020, an uncharacteristically unproductive season during which he had just six catches in six games.

Recently, Bryant retweeted a video of women’s basketball star Angel Reese, who previously played for the Louisiana State Tigers in college and now plays for the WNBA’s Chicago Sky, with a strong one-word message in support of the woman’s hoops star.

Reese famously taunted current Indiana Fever star Caitlin Clark with a ‘you can’t see me’ hand gesture as her third-seeded Tigers beat the second-seeded Iowa Hawkeyes in the 2023 NCAA Tournament by a final score of 102-85.

Clark has gone on to become a certified world famous superstar, her Fever jersey the number one seller of all-time for a WNBA draft pick.

Women’s basketball has gone on to set attendance and other records since Clark and Reese’s famous showdown, and Reese wants fans to remember her role in helping to “save” or at least enhance and promote the sport of women’s basketball.

On Monday, Bryant decided to spread the word about Reese’s decision to put the basketball world on notice.

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Reese’s team is currently just 3-4 on the season, three games ahead of Clark’s Fever in the WNBA’s Eastern Conference standings. Reese is currently averaging 10.6 points and 8,9 rebounds along with 1.9 assists and 1.3 steals on the season, her stats a far cry from Clark’s in terms of sheer, overall production.

Bryant was released in April 2018 by Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ team. He played 16 games for the Cowboys in 2017, his last season with the team, totaling 838 yards. After three years off, he played his final six games with John Harbaugh’s Baltimore Ravens and hasn’t seen an NFL field from 2021-2024.