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Dez Bryant rejected offer from Ravens

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According to a report from Ed Werder, former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant rejected an offer from the Ravens.

As Werder reported, Bryant is searching for a one-year, prove-it, deal, as an attempt make more money next offseason. Bryant would be looking for a deal similar to that of Alshon Jeffery or Terrelle Pryor last offseason.

The Ravens, however, offered Bryant a multi-year deal, and thus were turned down.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported earlier today that Bryant is unlikely to sign before start of the draft.

The Ravens have been considered a favorite to land Bryant. Though after the Ravens signed Willie Snead, their cap space with which to land Bryant is limited. The Ravens still have a chance to sign Bryant if they can come closer on a deal, but that may depend on how many UFAs the Ravens sign, and ultimately how much money they spend on rookies.