Baltimore Ravens: Should they revisit idea of signing Dez Bryant?
Dez Bryant remains out on the free agent market following his Apr. 13 release from the Dallas Cowboys. Should the Baltimore Ravens still consider signing him?
For Cowboys fans and NFL fans alike, Dez Bryant became a household name when he entered the league in 2010. Over eight seasons, the 29-year-old caught 531 passes for 7,459 yards and 73 touchdowns, with three Pro Bowl nominations. Despite leading the Cowboys with 838 receiving yards in 2017, Dallas parted ways with the former first-round pick in April.
As soon as Bryant hit the market, the Ravens became a possible landing spot for his services. Reports surfaced that the Ravens offered Bryant a multi-year contract, but apparently he turned it down in his quest for a one-year deal.
This rumored offer the Ravens extended to Bryant supposedly took place before the Draft. Then, the Ravens picked up receivers Jaleel Scott and Jordan Lasley during Day 3 of the Draft, continuing to revamp the wide receiver room that includes free agent signings Michael Crabtree, John Brown, and Willie Snead. With 13 receivers now on the roster, should the Ravens try to revisit Bryant and see if his stance on playing in Baltimore has changed?