The team has more than $10 million in remaining salary cap space and can sign Bryant for less than that figure if he's willing to accept a pay cut. Naturally, attention immediately turned toward where he will play next season. Bryant said last week that he would relish the opportunity to stay in the NFC East and play the Cowboys twice a season. With that in mind, one of the teams that Bryant has become quite intrigued by is the Los Angeles Rams as he recently praised Jared Goff, Todd Gurley and recently acquired wide receiver Brandin Cooks, according to Mike Fisher of CBS 247 Sports. But he may have found a suitor in the AFC.
Dez Bryant's days in Dallas are done after he was released by the Cowboys late last week, and now the Ravens could be interested in signing the 29-year-old receiver, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reported Monday.
In the 2010 National Football League draft, the Cowboys traded three spots ahead of the Ravens to take Bryant.
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The Ravens were interested in drafting Bryant out of Oklahoma State in 2010, but he was taken with the 24th pick by the Cowboys ahead of Baltimore at No. 25.
Burleson went on to say that if he were to land somewhere in the NFC East, he'd prefer to see him on the New York Giants with Odell Beckham, where Bryant would be the No. 2 wide receiver and would therefore draw the coverage from second and third-best defensive backs. Seeing the Rams quickly become an attractive team for players to join with their increased odds to win the Super Bowl has been truly unbelievable to witness, but when it comes to Dez Bryant, this is a move that seems unnecessary to even consider.