Sport Ravens reportedly showing most interest in Dez Bryant

05:00  17 april  2018
05:00  17 april  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

Dez Bryant: Playing with Giants, Odell Beckham Jr. would be 'crazy'

  Dez Bryant: Playing with Giants, Odell Beckham Jr. would be 'crazy' The free-agent wide receiver has insisted he doesn't want to leave the NFC East so he can play his former team twice a year.During a Monday interview with 247Sports.com , the free-agent wide receiver discussed potential teams he could sign with following his release from the Cowboys and how wild it would be to play for Dallas' division rival.

Dez Bryant has plenty of suitors after being released by the Cowboys, but he may not get his main wish of revenge.

Bryant has hinted that he hopes to play the Cowboys twice next season to get full revenge, with the Giants seemingly on top of his wish list. But according to NFL.com, the Ravens have shown the most interest in Bryant.

a man wearing a costume: Dez Bryant © (Getty Images) Dez Bryant

The Ravens have already signed Michael Crabtree and John Brown this offseason in an attempt to rebuild their receiving corps. Bryant would give them three veterans capable of making big plays for quarterback Joe Flacco.

The report stated that the Bills and Saints have also shown interest, but New Orleans just signed ex-Bear Cameron Meredith and Buffalo doesn't seem to interest Bryant.

Bryant has just 150 receptions over the last three seasons. He has not had over 900 yards during that time, either, while scoring just 17 touchdowns. He averaged over 90 receptions for over 1,300 yards and 14 touchdowns the previous three seasons.

The Ravens haven't had much luck with veteran receivers in recent seasons, but Bryant may just need a change of scenery to rediscover his best form.

Dez Bryant turned down multi-year deal with Ravens, report says .
Bryant wasn't ready to fully commit to the Ravens and only wanted a one-year deal.The former Cowboys receiver turned down a multi-year deal from Baltimore because he only wanted a one-year contract, Ed Werder reported. Bryant wanted the one-year deal so he could secure a larger contract in 2019, when he became an unrestricted free agent.

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