Bryant reportedly wants a large one-year deal for 2018 before landing a bigger deal in 2019 as a UFA.

By Jenna West
April 25, 2018

Former Cowboys' wide receiver Dez Bryant reportedly turned down a multi-year deal from the Ravens, according to former ESPN reporter Ed Werder.

Bryant reportedly wants a large one-year deal for 2018 with a chance to sign a more lucrative multi-year deal in 2019 as an unrestricted free agent.

It was first reported on April 16 that the Ravens were interested in Bryant after he was released by the Cowboys on April 13 following a meeting with owner Jerry Jones.

The three-time Pro-Bowler was slated to make $12.5 million each of the next two seasons with the Cowboys and a $16.5 million cap hit each year.

Bryant has expressed interest in playing for the New York Giants.

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