Dez Bryant doesn't regret passing up on Ravens' offer

Annette Crawford
May 16, 2018

Wide receiver Dez Bryant is not second-guessing his decision to turn down an offer from the Baltimore Ravens, even though he remains a free agent a month after being cut by the Dallas Cowboys.

Bryant's search for a new team could've been over a few weeks ago had he accepted the contract offer from the Baltimore Ravens, which was reportedly worth $7 million per year. However, there don't appear to be any teams willing to pay him anywhere close to that amount, and he likely doesn't want to take those offers that fall well short of his valuation of himself.

With Snead, Michael Crabtree and John Brown occupying the top three spots on Baltimore's receiver depth chart, Bryant isn't a logical fit anymore.


Bryant was on Twitter Tuesday sparring with followers over reports and talks about his future.

Although Bryant is a three-time Pro Bowler and the Cowboys' all-time leader in touchdown receptions with 73, he isn't the same explosive player he was earlier in his career. But Bryant passed, with the prevailing thought being he was looking for a short-term prove-it deal so he could cash in after the 2018 season.

He played in every game last season and had 69 catches for 838 yards and 6 touchdowns. That was also the last season he had more than 1,000 yards receiving.

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