Dez Bryant remains a man without a team, but that doesn't mean the free-agent wide receiver regrets turning down the lone reported offer he has received since being released by the Dallas Cowboys.
The Baltimore Ravens extended an offer to Bryant, who was released on April 13 after spending eight seasons with the Cowboys. Baltimore, in turn, eventually signed restricted free agent Willie Snead, formerly of the New Orleans Saints.
When asked on Twitter if he had any regrets about turning down the Ravens, the 29-year-old Bryant responded with the following:
"Nope not 1 bit and very appreciative for the offer. .. what's crazy is how reports like this will try to tarnish someone character.. the slight jab saying it's not easy to get along with. I thought the media would give up by now with betraying me as something that I'm not."
Bryant had a team-leading 69 receptions for 838 yards and six touchdowns with Dallas in 2017. The three-time Pro Bowl selection has gone a career-worst 23 regular-season games without a 100-yard performance.