The NFL season will begin in less than two weeks. Dez Bryant remains on the open market.
Bryant visited the Cleveland Browns last week, and the two sides seemed to show mutual interest. In fact, Cleveland reportedly offered Bryant a deal, but it was worth a base value of less than $5 million.
Then, after New England wide receiver Eric Decker announced his retirement yesterday, rumors began swirling that the Pats could be interested in Dez. ESPN's Mike Reiss attempted to squash this possibility, but the fact is New England's receiving corps is depleted.
Earlier today, updated odds for Bryant's next destination were released, courtesy of MyBookie. The Browns remain the top option, followed by the Pats and the Jaguars.
Here are the full odds.
Bryant should eventually sign somewhere, but he might have to be more open to taking less money to do so.
The closer we get to the regular season, the less likely teams are going to want to throw any type of serious money at him.