Dez Bryant was released by the Dallas Cowboys in mid-April after eight seasons with the team. According to multiple reports at the time, he turned down a significant offer from one NFL team.
Bryant, 29, reportedly turned down an offer worth an average annual salary of $7 million from the Baltimore Ravens. Two months later, he's yet to sign with a new team.
Dez reportedly only wants a one-year deal where he can prove his worth to an organization.
That organization might be the Tennessee Titans. The Titans are now the favorite to land the former Dallas Cowboys star.
Tennessee fielded Rishard Matthews and rookie Corey Davis during the 2017 season along with star tight end Delanie Walker.
Adding Dez Bryant would provide another tool for quarterback Marcus Mariota.