Ravens Want To Sign Dez Bryant To Bolster Receiver Corps

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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.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has released a statement following the team's decision to cut wide receiver Dez Bryant on Friday.

Releases from the Dallas Cowboys after 8 seasons, majority successful although not much recently, Bryant is rumored to be hoping to get offers from the New York Giants, Super Bowl champions Philadelphia Eagles or the Washington Redskins.

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"A person familiar with the Redskins' thinking who spoke on condition of anonymity said the team isn't interested in Bryant right now". 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 already recently agreed to terms with Michael Crabtree, and they may be looking to give Joe Flacco another big-name target. "Ravens fans, who still lament the fact that the team was unable to land Bryant in the 2010 draft, seem infatuated with the idea". Crabtree has one more year in the league over Bryant, and played 3 years with the Raiders before joining the Ravens.

The Ravens have more than $10 million in salary-cap space, so they should have the financial means to make a deal happen if they so desire. Derrick Mason had a nice second act from 2007-2009, his age 33, 34 and 35 seasons, averaging 85 catches per season with over 1,000 yards in all three campaigns.

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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