Sport Dez Bryant has no regrets about turning down the Ravens’ offer

21:50  16 may  2018
21:50  16 may  2018 Source:   touchdownwire.usatoday.com

Dez Bryant lashes out at media for 'betraying' him

  Dez Bryant lashes out at media for 'betraying' him Dez Bryant is an emotional guy and has oftentimes been misunderstood throughout the course of his NFL career. And based on his responses, Bryant isn’t a happy guy when it comes to how the media is covering him these days.

Dez Bryant is apparently willing to wait, and he’s willing to turn down a bird in the hand. According to Dallas-based former ESPN reporter Ed Werder, the former Cowboys wide receiver turned down a multi-year offer from the Ravens .

Dez Bryant is apparently willing to wait, and he's willing to turn down a bird in the hand. According to Dallas-based former ESPN reporter Ed Werder, the former Cowboys wide receiver turned down a multi-year offer from the Ravens .

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With the NFL Draft now over, teams can set their sights on the upcoming season. With training camp set to kick off in a few months, teams are doing everything they can to get their roster in order before the summer fun begins.

But one player who is still waiting for a team to add him to their roster is wide receiver Dez Bryant, who was cut this offseason by the Dallas Cowboys, the only team he's ever played for.

Despite Bryant being one of the best receivers in the league over the course of his career, he's failed to hit the 900 yard receiving mark the past three seasons, leading some to wonder if his best days are behind him.

Dez Bryant Says He Doesn’t Regret Passing on Ravens’ Offer, But He Should

  Dez Bryant Says He Doesn’t Regret Passing on Ravens’ Offer, But He Should Analysis of the NFL’s biggest on-field stories of the week… Dez Bryant says he doesn’t regret passing on Ravens’ three-year, $21 million offer He will—if he deep down doesn’t already. Bryant has said he wants a one-year prove-it deal. If he gets one, it will almost certainly be for less than $7 million in 2018, and he’ll almost certainly step into a situation that won’t give him a chance to post the numbers necessary for getting a bigger deal in 2019. Concern about Bryant’s willingness to tolerate such a situation is a small part of the reason he’s unsigned.

Details Behind the Ravens ’ Offer Declined by Dez Bryant . “ Bryant is apparently willing to wait, and he’s willing to turn down a bird in the hand,” added ProFootballTalk.com’s Darin Gantt.

Dez Bryant continues to miscalculate his NFL value. He won’t get another offer as good as what he’s turning down with the Baltimore Ravens . By spurning the Ravens ’ offer , Bryant has put himself in a really tough position.

One team who tried adding Bryant to their roster was the Baltimore Ravens, but Bryant opted to turn down their multi-year offer. Since then, things have been all quiet on the Dez front, but if you think for once second the Pro Bowl wide receiver has regrets about turning down the Ravens, think again.

Check out this Twitter exchange between Bryant and a fan.

I think he meant "portraying" and not "betraying". Regardless, it doesn't change the fact that no team has reached out to Bryant for his services. It'll be interesting to see where he lands, and more importantly, to see when that happens.

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Ezekiel Elliott backs Dez Bryant with tweet .
Dez Bryant may no longer be a member of the Dallas Cowboys, but he still has Ezekiel Elliott in his corner. Bryant was on Twitter Tuesday sparring with followers over reports and talks about his future. He said the media was “betraying” him and called them a “joke.” Elliott took a break from tweeting about the Eastern Conference Finals to express his support for Dez. Doubt 88 all you want. He gone ball regardless #ThrowUpTheX — Ezekiel Elliott (@EzekielElliott) May 16, 2018 “Doubt 88 all you want. He gone ball regardless,” Elliott said of Bryant. Not a ton of Cowboys talked about Bryant after the Cowboys released him in the offseason, perhaps because they were told not to. But Elliott has supported him all along, calling the move “tough” last month. Bryant remains a free agent following his release by the Cowboys and seems to indicate that is by intention. His former teammate Jason Witten thinks Dez will end up signing with one NFC North team.

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