Dez Bryant wants 'big one-year deal'

Adjust Comment Print

Dez Bryant is still on the free agent market and he'll likely remain without a team until after the NFL Draft, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant turned down a multiyear offer from the Baltimore Ravens, ESPN has confirmed.

It's also interesting to see what teams come calling for Bryant. Bryant is a good player and should have plenty left in the tank, but by essentially renting him for just a season, they'd be doing themselves no favors in the future. The receiver is apparently willing to wait up to two weeks after the draft before deciding where to go next.

Dez Bryant wants to prove to the rest of the league that he's still got it before cashing in on free agency. But his production slipped after signing a five-year, $70 million contract in 2015.

76ers Joel Embiid spends off day at Delaware County church
While he scored 10 points on 4-for-4 shooting in 17 minutes in Game 4, he recorded only five points in 14 minutes in Game 3. In Game Two, Wade turned back the clock with an insane performance to steal a win in Philadelphia, blaming Hart afterwards.

Change the way you listen to NFL news, subscribe to the Pick Six Podcast with Will Brinson and you'll be the most informed fan at your NFL Draft party.

According to USA Today, the Cowboy made a decision to part ways with Bryant due to his 2017 season and his friction with other teammates.

According to Werder, Bryant is basically betting on himself to have a huge 2018 season. Bryant posted 69 catches for 838 yards and six touchdowns past year with the Cowboys. He wants to sign a one-year deal, instead of a multi-year deal, so he can sign another huge contract in 2019.