One of the league’s best receivers at the age of 29 on the market. Crickets.
That’s the scenario Dez Bryant, formerly of the Cowboys, finds himself in after being released by the team last month.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter is now reporting that most teams are let alone not even interested in bringing in Bryant, but even going as far to say they’re unwilling to pay the WR the league’s minimum salary.
Bryant did receive a contract offer from the Baltimore Ravens, which he turned down.
No word yet on if that decision was connected with the remarks Bryant made to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones after getting cut, telling him he’d see him twice next year, inferring he would like to stay within the NFC East.
(h/t Pro Football Talk)