Dez Bryant reportedly turned down long-term deal from the Ravens


There's been little known interest in Bryant since his release from the Cowboys almost two weeks ago.

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

The Cowboys cut receiver Dez Bryant in order to avoid his $12.5 million base salary. After averaging 13.7 touchdown catches per season from 2012-14, Bryant hasn't even hit the 10-touchdown mark in the three seasons since then.

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Jones has no interest in bringing Bryant back.

Before the draft takes place, here is a look at the current wide receivers of the Cowboys.

One factor that could help Dallas is the lack of need at quarterback with Dak Prescott proving himself in his first two seasons to be an adequate performer at the position.

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According to, Bryant has decided not to sign with anyone until after the draft.

The Dallas Cowboys have completed their draft evaluations, and it doesn't seem as though they think too highly of the depth of the 2018 class.

After Bryant turned down the offer, the Ravens signed receiver Willie Snead. However, the team made a decision to sign restricted free agent Willie Snead away from New Orleans instead.

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So why would Bryant pass on a potential three-year deal? He wants to sign a one-year deal, instead of a multi-year deal, so he can sign another huge contract in 2019.