Don't be surprised if the Cowboys draft a wide receiver in one of the first two rounds next weekend, but with this franchise, they might have another plan waiting to take place, and that is what makes the National Football League offseason intriguing.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Bryant isn't expected to sign prior to the NFL draft, which opens Thursday, per sources informed of the decision. "The Boys have shown heavy interest in top-of-the-draft wideouts, and it would not at all be surprising if they picked one in the first couple rounds", Dubin wrote.
Amidst the commotion of the three-day NFL Draft that takes place later this week at the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium, on Friday Amazon will release its behind-the-scenes "All or Nothing" program which follows the Cowboys throughout their eventful 2017 season. In fact, these reports state that the Ravens wanted to ink Dez to a multi-year deal for cap space purposes. But his production slipped after signing a five-year, $70 million contract in 2015. Bryant turns 30 in November.
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Bryant was set to make $12.5 million this season. Bryant only wanted a one-year deal.
Of course, for that plan to work, Bryant would have to put up impressive numbers in 2018 and there's no guarantee that's going to happen. Not to mention, Bryant has now gone 22 games without hitting the 100-yard mark.