Baltimore Ravens Are Interested In Signing Dez Bryant

Carrie Guzman
April 17, 2018

The Dallas Cowboys, as was inevitable as long as he would not take a pay cut, released Dez Bryant last Friday. The Oakland Raiders is another team he'd be interesting in trying. Naturally, attention immediately turned toward where he will play next season. Most notably, he's fueled rumors that he wants to stay in the NFC East - which would give him the chance to play his old team twice in 2018 - by responding to and retweeting reports that say as much.

A position of much discussion this offseason has been the wide receiver position and it will continue to grow now with the breaking news with the Dallas Cowboys releasing Dez Bryant.

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.

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Bryant, heading toward his 30th birthday (Nov. 4) and looking like a diminished receiver over the last couple seasons, should see the Ravens as an ideal spot. The team explored a trade for Jarvis Landry before the Miami Dolphins dealt him to the Cleveland Browns and they brought in Eric Decker and Michael Floyd for workouts, met with restricted free agents Willie Snead and Cameron Meredith and made offers for Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson. 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.

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