The tweet came amidst comments made by Browns general manager John Dorsey in New Jersey prior to the preseason opener that Bryant had not been answering or returning his calls.More news: Kim Kardashian Wants to Change Chicago West's Name
He followed up by tweeting, "Starting my visits next week.I'm coming to the Land to see you Mr Dorsey".
Dorsey said he wants to bring in a group of receivers next week to help fortify a position where the Browns keep taking hits.
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Some reports have said Bryant had no interest in Cleveland, other reports said the Browns weren't sure. He said he was still getting himself ready and was enjoying spending time with his children.
However, Bryant tweeted on Thursday that he is still planning to play for a team this season - just that he's going to do it on his schedule.
"I spent 8 years in Dallas.I finally get to actually enjoy my babies.I get to heal properly", he continued.More news: Jurgen Klopp hopes Liverpool can challenge in the Premier League