If you have a high draft pick at a particular position, do not have him returning kicks or punts unless that was his primary job in college.
Dez Bryant had no business returning kicks—it’s too much risk and not much reward. Especially kickoffs, something he did not do in college (he was a punt returner).
He has a broken ankle according to Pam Oliver of Fox Sports. This is something that could have been avoided. You can always find someone to return kicks and punts, you don’t put your star players at risk unless they have a special gift.
When I say special I mean Deion Sanders special.
Bryant was good at it, but he wasn’t Devin Hester. He should have been concentrating on his wide receiving skills, not returning kickoffs.