There is a lot to like about the Baltimore Ravens and Dez Bryant. Most notably, he's fueled rumors that he wants to stay in the NFC East - which would give him the chance to play his old team twice in 2018 - by responding to and retweeting reports that say as much.
Bryant of course responded, saying, "I feel like Nate hit it on the nail...everything is still up in the air".
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Bryant, who played eight seasons in Dallas, has seen a dramatic drop off in productivity the past few seasons. But he may have found a suitor in the AFC.
The Ravens aren't the only team interested in Bryant and the wide receiver has made it clear he's looking to face off against Dallas this season in a quest for revenge.
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The Ravens have already added a pair of wideouts this offseason, signing ex-Oakland Raider Michael Crabtree to a three-year, $21 million deal and bringing in former Arizona Cardinal John Brown. "Predictably, the Ravens have interest in him, sources confirmed", Zrebiac reports.
The Ravens have more than $10 million in salary-cap space, so they should have the financial means to make a deal happen if they so desire. Between 2012 and 2014 Bryant was one of the most productive wide receivers in the National Football League, averaging 91 receptions, 1312 yards and 14 touchdowns a season, including an NFL-best 16 in 2014. Though he's no longer the same player, he still seems to have plenty left in the tank.
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