Dez Bryant is back in the NFL.
The Baltimore Ravens have actually signed Bryant to their practice squad, NFL Network Expert Ian Rapoport reported, per a source informed of the situation. The team later on made the news authorities.
Bryant has actually run out the league since 2018, when he signed with the New Orleans Saints during the season but suffered an Achilles injury that ended his project before he could take the field for a game.
Bryant took part in a tryout with Baltimore in August in what ended up being the facility of a relationship that ultimately led to his finalizing this week.
A three-time Pro Bowl choice, Bryant was named a first-team All-Pro in 2014 after catching 88 passes for 1,320 lawns and 16 goals. All of his 113 career games came as a Dallas Cowboy, however he’ll be making the switch to the AFC for the very first time in 2020.
Baltimore currently has 7 receivers on its active lineup, but two of them– Chris Moore and De’Anthony Thomas— are presently handling injuries. Ought to the Ravens need a big-bodied target, they’ll have Bryant readily available with the advantage of him already being on the practice team in a season in which the continuous COVID-19 pandemic has made quick finalizings more difficult.