The Ravens Are Reportedly Interested in Signing Dez Bryant

Pat Wise
April 17, 2018

Since it was announced last week that the Dallas Cowboys had chose to release him, Dez Bryant has been chronicling his first experience with free agency on Twitter.

Baltimore signed free agent wide receiver Michael Crabtree one month ago to a three-year deal, a day after the Oakland Raiders released him.

Not to mention, one of the main reasons why Dallas was willing to move on from Bryant was due to his numbers declining over the last couple of seasons, and all of that money being spent was going to complete to waste.

Bryant has initially voiced the desire to remain in the NFC East to be able to face the Cowboys twice a year, but that seemingly looks to be out of the picture.

Despite his recent struggles, Bryant is one of the team's all-time leading receivers, and he was undoubtedly the Cowboys' No. 1 option in the passing game. But he may have found a suitor in the AFC.

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The Baltimore Ravens are interested in free agent wide receiver Dez Bryant, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

"Now, Bryant is suddenly available after the Dallas Cowboys unceremoniously released the 29-year-old late last week".

Bryant has insinuated that he'd like to join an NFC East team, and it's unclear whether he has interest in signing with the Ravens. The Ravens are not on the Cowboys' slate this year, and they may not have the cap space (just shy of $10.2 million, via Over The Cap) to pay Bryant along the lines he's probably looking for from a new team. Between 2012 and 2014 Bryant was one of the most productive wide receivers in the National Football League, averaging 91 receptions, 1312 yards and 14 touchdowns a season, including an NFL-best 16 in 2014.

He amassed a career-best 16 touchdowns in 2014. Seeing the Rams quickly become an attractive team for players to join with their increased odds to win the Super Bowl has been truly wonderful to witness, but when it comes to Dez Bryant, this is a move that seems unnecessary to even consider.

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