Browns not expected to pursue Dez Bryant


The Dallas Cowboys finally chose to pull the trigger on parting ways with star wide receiver Dez Bryant last Friday after eight seasons with the team.

Bryant, who played eight seasons in Dallas, has seen a dramatic drop off in productivity the past few seasons.

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The Baltimore Ravens seem like a logical fit for free agent Dez Bryant and the team apparently agrees.

The Ravens were able to sign Michael Crabtree a day after he was released by the Oakland Raiders. He also said he wants to play in the NFC East, in order to play the Cowboys twice, specifically citing how he took the move to cut him personally.

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According to a number of reports, Bryant may have a hard time staying in the NFC East. Chris Mortensen is reporting that none of the three teams are exactly "embracing" bringing Bryant aboard. However, Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks of The NFL Network believe that Dallas could be hedging toward adding a promising wide receiver with their first-round pick at the 19th overall spot.

The native of Lufkin, TX had a career-best season in 2014 when he had 1,320 yards on 88 receptions and a league-leading 16 touchdowns.

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If Dallas can snag one of these top wideouts, it could provide them a potential long-term answer in place of Bryant that may have the chance to develop into the team's top receiving option down the line. Bryant caught 69 balls for 838 yards and six touchdowns last season. But as is often the case with wide receivers, ego will probably drive him to another team with a personal desire to stick it to the Cowboys further fostering a bad fit.