Dez Bryant doesn't regret passing up on Ravens' offer

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The Baltimore Ravens extended an offer to Bryant, who was released on April 13 after spending eight seasons with the Cowboys. "He's motivated and I think he's going to end up going to the Green Bay Packers".

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott tweeted Tuesday night: "Doubt 88 all you want". Whispers rose during the past week that he was close to joining a team, as former teammate Jason Witten predicted Bryant would end up in Green Bay. While that particular plan never got off the ground as the Redskins, Giants and Eagles had no interest in him, signing with the Packers would at least allow the Texas native to remain in the same conference. The Packers drafted three wide receivers in last month's National Football League draft but signing Bryant would add some much-needed experience to their offense.

Bryant, who played alongside Witten for his entire career, was recently cut by the Cowboys and remains unsigned. Regardless, it doesn't change the fact that no team has reached out to Bryant for his services. "Because I still believe Dez can high-point the football as good as any other wide receiver in the NFL".

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As quarterback Dak Prescott's No. 1 option last season, Bryant finished with just 69 receptions for 838 yards and six touchdowns. Baltimore, in turn, eventually signed restricted free agent Willie Snead, formerly of the New Orleans Saints. The team reportedly offered a multi-year deal worth an average annual salary of $7 million.

Although Bryant is a three-time Pro Bowler and the Cowboys' all-time leader in touchdown receptions with 73, he isn't the same explosive player he was earlier in his career.