Dez Bryant remains available on the free agent market, but the wide receiver says he doesn't regret passing on an offer from the Baltimore Ravens. Former teammate and new Monday Night Football analyst Jason Witten has touted the Green Bay Packers as a potential destination for Dez, but that appears unlikely at this time.
The Ravens are the only team known to have extended an offer to Bryant, who is coming off his third straight season in which he failed to record at least 70 catches and 900 yards receiving.
The closest Bryant came to signing was when he received a multi-year contract offer from the Baltimore Ravens.
Original post (May 15, 5:57 p.m.): Dez Bryant's offseason struggle of finding a new home continues, and he took to Twitter on Tuesday to vent a few frustrations. He said the media was "betraying" him and called them a "joke".
The Cowboys cut Bryant back in April, saving $8.5 million of cap space in the process. But Bryant passed, with the prevailing thought being he was looking for a short-term prove-it deal so he could cash in after the 2018 season.
As quarterback Dak Prescott's No. 1 option last season, Bryant finished with just 69 receptions for 838 yards and six touchdowns.