A three-time Pro Bowler and one-time All-Pro, Bryant has had his ups and downs, but he's often been mentioned as one of the better receivers of the last decade. With three 1,200-plus yard, 12-plus touchdown campaigns over his first five seasons, the Oklahoma State product quickly established himself as one of the most exciting players in the game.
Of course, Bryant ultimately parlayed that run of success into a lucrative five-year, $70 million contract extension in July of 2015 and appeared ready to continue his run of dominance for seasons to come.
Unfortunately, that plan never came to fruition.
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