The Dallas Cowboys finally made a decision to pull the trigger on parting ways with star wide receiver Dez Bryant last Friday after eight seasons with the team. The Baltimore Ravens were immediately mentioned, and Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun has reported they are indeed interested in the mercurial wide receiver.
The Ravens might be able to spare Bryant from a wandering quest for employment by acting quickly on their desires and convincing him Baltimore is a worthy stage for the second act of his National Football League career.
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Remaking the Ravens' receiving corps has been a goal of general manager Ozzie Newsome's this offseason.
The Browns signed Jarvis Landry to a five-year extension worth $75.5 million Friday. A deal for Washington Redskins free agent Ryan Grant was reached, but rescinded when he failed his physical with the team.
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Burleson went on to say that if he were to land somewhere in the NFC East, he'd prefer to see him on the New York Giants with Odell Beckham, where Bryant would be the No. 2 wide receiver and would therefore draw the coverage from second and third-best defensive backs. If that fails, he intends to sign with a team based on need, rather than money. He also would've counted $16.5 million against the salary cap.Bryant averaged 91 receptions, 1312 yards and 14 TDs from 2012-2014, but hasn't had a 1,000-yard season or double-digit TDs since then.
Maybe a change of quarterback and environment would do him some good, but it would be unwise to expect a Pro Bowl level player at this point of his career, which is why he won't be paid like one anymore too.
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