Will Dez Bryant let vendetta against Cowboys stop move to Ravens?

Dean Simpson
April 18, 2018

Sadly, Baltimore doesn't see the Cowboys at all this season, meaning they might have to display a different edge to woo Bryant into considering them.

It appears, however, that none of the other teams in the NFC East are interested in acquiring Bryant. However, one AFC team that has emerged as a legitimate suitor is the Baltimore Ravens.

Bryant, 29, was released by the Dallas Cowboys after eight seasons last week. 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.

Bryant also said the Texans would be a natural fit and allow him to stay in his home state, while he also said he would be interested in joining the Jaguars or Rams.

The Ravens added Michael Crabtree and John Brown in free agency, but adding another wide receiver has to be on the radar.

The team has more than $10 million in remaining salary cap space and can sign Bryant for less than that figure if he's willing to accept a pay cut. Last year, he caught 69 passes for 838 yards and six touchdowns. Anquan Boldin wasn't quite as good over his own three seasons with the Ravens (2010-2012), but he topped 60 receptions twice and averaged 882 yards per season. Needless to say, Bryant was not happy about it and still thinks that he has plenty left in the tank and deserves to be paid as such.

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