Sport Dez Bryant has no regrets about turning down Ravens' offer

18:46  16 may  2018
18:46  16 may  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Replacing Dez Bryant 'not my role yet'

  Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Replacing Dez Bryant 'not my role yet' The rookie WR knows the departure of Dez Bryant has left a large void to fill and understands it will take some time to fill. "Dez is a great player," Gallup said, via the Dallas Morning News. "It's hard for a rookie to come in and just replace all of the stuff that he's done here. We're out here trying to practice to be like him, obviously. But I'm not coming in here just to replace him. That's not my role yet.

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 . He may live to regret that decision.

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 isn't having any second thoughts about his decision to pass on Baltimore.

The free-agent wide receiver took to Twitter on Tuesday to express that he has no regrets about turning down an offer to join the Ravens.

Dez Bryant © (Getty Images) Dez Bryant

Bryant reportedly turned down a multi-year deal with the Ravens ahead of last month's draft with the hope of instead securing a one-year "prove-it" deal. The Ravens are the only team known to have extended an offer to the All-Pro veteran.

Bryant, 29, spent his first eight seasons with the Cowboys but hasn't been signed after Dallas released him in April. He remains the franchise's all-time leader in touchdown catches.

Seahawks sign former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds, report says .
Keenan Reynolds graduated as the NCAA's all-time leader in rushing touchdowns by a quarterback. According to NFL Media, Seattle has agreed to terms with former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds as a wide receiver/kick returner.The #Seahawks are signing former #Ravens and #Navy WR/returner Keenan Reynolds, source said.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 16, 2018Reynolds finished his college career with 64 rushing touchdowns for the Midshipmen. He also was the NCAA's all-time leader in rushing yards for a QB.Reynolds was drafted in the sixth round by the Ravens in 2016 and later signed to the practice squad.

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