It’s been nearly a month since the Cowboys let Dez Bryant go, and Bryant remains a free agent without having drawn much interest from the 31 teams that could be in play for his services.
On Wednesday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones stuck up for Bryant, saying that he believes Bryant can still help a team in a big way.
Since getting released on April 13, Bryant’s been seriously linked to only one team, the Baltimore Ravens.
According to ex-ESPN reporter Ed Werder, Bryant actually rejected a multi-year offer from the Ravens because he wants to play under a one-year deal, which would give him a chance to hit free agency at the beginning of next offseason.
NFL.com Ian Rapoport reported that Bryant could wait up to two weeks after the draft to sign with a new team.
When Bryant got cut, he said he wanted to join forces with another NFC East team, but according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the Giants, Redskins, and Eagles were all uninterested in Bryant in the immediate aftermath of his release.