There have been calls for the Dallas Cowboys to re-sign Dez Bryant as they struggle to be productive in the passing game, but Jerry Jones doesn't believe he'd fix anything.
Jones told 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday that the Cowboys haven't had a No. 1 receiver in "several years."
The Cowboys released Bryant in April in part because he was due to make $12.5 million in 2018.
"I'm basically giving you my definition of a No. 1 receiver, and it is Julio Jones. It is the guy we played the other night [DeAndre Hopkins]," Jones said. "Those are the guys. There's not but about a handful of those in the NFL."
The Cowboys opted to replace Bryant with a committee approach at wide receiver, but through five games, none of the six on the 53-man roster has reached 200 yards.