Bryant isn't expected to sign until after this year's draft, which starts Thursday. One team Bryant nearly certainly won't be signing with is the Ravens, and that's because he has already shot them down once. Bryant must be pretty confident that he can land a big contract after the draft, because he apparently turned down a lot of money from the Ravens.
According to National Football League reporter Ed Werder, the former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver wants a one-year deal to prove himself before hitting free agency again next year. In fact, these reports state that the Ravens wanted to ink Dez to a multi-year deal for cap space purposes.
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Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones assured that Dez Bryant will not be returning to the Cowboys next season. Baltimore wanted him because could only afford to fit a multi-year deal under their cap.
In addition to Crabtree and Snead, the Ravens also added former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver John Brown, who is looking to regain the early form he showed in his second season back in 2015. In 2017, Bryant had 838 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns. "Dallas remade its entire defensive backfield in one fell swoop last offseason, and it's possible that the Bryant-Hurns swap was just the beginning of the team doing the same with its receiver corps". Sources told ESPN he wants a one-year deal to parlay into a larger contract after next season.