Report: Ravens out on Dez Bryant after signing Willie Snead
The Baltimore Ravens have bolstered their receiving corps this offseason, but they are reportedly not planning to make a huge splash by signing Dez Bryant.
On Friday, the Ravens offered Snead a two-year deal worth up to $11.5 million. Snead is a restricted free agent, but ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the New Orleans Saints are not going to match the offer. And now that Snead is joining Baltimore along with Michael Crabtree, the Ravens are no longer a suitor for Bryant.
Now that Baltimore is acquiring former Saints’ WR Willie Snead, Ravens are out on Dez Bryant. They showed some initial interest.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 23, 2018
The interest in Bryant hasn’t really seemed to heat up yet, which could have to do with it being so late in free agency and him likely costing a significant amount of money. Many teams don’t have a lot of salary cap space at this point in the offseason, and they still need to save money for the draft.
Bryant has given hints that he is hoping to get revenge on the Cowboys by signing with a certain team, but it’s unclear if the interest is mutual.