Dez Bryant is still a man without a team, and with the NFL season set to begin in a little more than a week, Bryant isn't worried. At least that's what he's saying publicly. 

Shortly after his release from the Cowboys in April, Bryant reportedly turned down a multi-year deal from the Ravens in hopes of finding a better opportunity down the road. An opportunity that has yet to come to fruition.

After taking some time to himself this summer, a few weeks ago, Bryant tweeted that he would begin to meet with teams again at the start of training camp. The first team he mentioned was the Browns. Pro Football Talk is reporting the Browns offered Bryant a contract with a base salary of less than $5 million. 


The Browns offer was less than the Ravens, which was reported to be in the range of Michael Crabtree's offer of 3 years, $21 million. Bryant had made it clear he was looking for a lucrative one-year deal so he could have the chance to hit free agency again in 2019, landing a long-term deal then. 

With no other real offers on the horizon, it's probably time for Bryant to sit and wait for an injury in the early part of the season. Although the Marquise Lee injury in Jacksonville might appear to make them a logical fit, Jacksonville doesn't seem interested in signing the former Cowboys Pro Bowler to the type of deal he wants. 


The Browns were previously the odds-on favorite to land the 29-year-old wide receiver, who may have been waiting for Cleveland to up their offer. But the Jaguars made a sporadic jump to the top of the list Tuesday afternoon. The Patriots remain in the hunt too, according to Vegas, and both teams have a need at the position, but neither has taken the bait...yet.


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