Dez Bryant is still searching for an NFL team. After getting released from the Dallas Cowboys this offseason, Dez has reportedly fielded offers from two different teams.
Bryant, however, hasn't accepted. His latest offer reportedly came from the Cleveland Browns, whom he visited earlier this week.
According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, the Browns offered Dez a contract with a base value of less than $5 million. Florio did not report any incentives along with the base value of the deal.
Although the offer is significantly less than he made last season, it's still well above the veteran minimum. This news comes just hours after it Bryant responded to a comment on Instagram suggesting he received an offer from the Browns.
With only a few weeks until the regular season kicks off, it's somewhat surprising to see the three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver without a team. Then again, if he keeps turning down contracts for a more lucrative offer, Bryant might not see the field at all.