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This NFL Team Has "Discussed" Bringing In Dez Bryant

Dez Bryant celebrates after a touchdown.

Dez Bryant remains a free agent. The former Dallas Cowboys star was released by the organization in mid-April after eight seasons with the team.

Bryant reportedly turned down a significant offer from one NFL team in an attempt to prove himself for a larger deal. Bryant, 29, reportedly turned down an offer worth an average annual salary of $7 million from the Baltimore Ravens.

Dez is reportedly hoping to sign a one-year deal where he can prove he's worthy of a larger contract following the 2018 season. Is any team willing to take a chance on the veteran wideout?

Well, on Wednesday morning, one NFL GM revealed his team has "discussed" bringing in the former Cowboy wide receiver.

It makes sense for the Browns to kick the tires on possibly adding Bryant to the roster. The team lost wide receiver Ricardo Louis for the year, and Josh Gordon's health for the 2018 season has been called into question.

Cleveland needs added wide receiver depth and Bryant is available. The two seem like a solid match heading into the 2018 season.