Dez Bryant has no regrets about turning down Ravens' offer

  • Dez Bryant has no regrets about turning down Ravens' offer

Dez Bryant has no regrets about turning down Ravens' offer

Dez Bryant was released by the Dallas Cowboys in mid-April after eight seasons with the team, and one month later the wide receiver is still looking for work. The Ravens are the only team known to have extended an offer to the All-Pro veteran.

The Baltimore Ravens expressed interest in Bryant before the National Football League draft and brought him in for a visit, but the opportunity didn't result in a signed deal, and the Ravens quickly signed wide receiver Willie Snead.

Baltimore is no longer an option for Bryant since the Ravens signed Willie Snead to an offer sheet and the New Orleans Saints didn't match it.

Original post (May 15, 5:57 p.m.): Dez Bryant's offseason struggle of finding a new home continues, and he took to Twitter on Tuesday to vent a few frustrations.

The Ravens' interest in Bryant dates back to the 2010 draft, when it appeared they were going to have a shot at selecting him with the No. 25 pick. He remains the franchise's all-time leader in touchdown catches.

Despite Bryant being one of the best receivers in the league over the course of his career, he's failed to hit the 900 yard receiving mark the past three seasons, leading some to wonder if his best days are behind him. He did not record a 1,000-yard season over the next three years and was slowed by foot and knee injuries.

In 2017, Bryant had 69 catches for 838 yards and 6 touchdowns.