Dez Bryant says joining the Rams would be 'fun'

Wide receiver Dez Bryant said his release

However, the Washington Redskins, New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles reportedly aren't interested in signing Bryant, meaning he'll likely have to take his talents to a team in another division. The Oakland Raiders is another team he'd be interesting in trying. The Baltimore Ravens were immediately mentioned, and Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun has reported they are indeed interested in the mercurial wide receiver.

Bryant has insinuated that he'd like to join an NFC East team, and it's unclear whether he has interest in signing with the Ravens.

Bryant was released from the Cowboys due to the potential cap hit, which was $17 million last season.

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The Ravens added Michael Crabtree and John Brown in free agency, but adding another wide receiver has to be on the radar.

That said, the Rams now do not have the financial flexibility to add Bryant to the mix with just over $3.8 million salary cap space. So while Bryant may love the possibility of suiting up for the NFC West champions, this is situation the Rams need to completely avoid, and not even make it a potential option since Sean McVay has plenty of reasons to be satisfied over his current group of receivers he gets to work with. They will be in the mix for a playoff spot, and there will be an opportunity to produce well on an one-year, "prove-it"-type deal". Between 2012 and 2014 Bryant was one of the most productive wide receivers in the National Football League, averaging 91 receptions, 1312 yards and 14 touchdowns a season, including an NFL-best 16 in 2014.

Maybe a change of quarterback and environment would do him some good, but it would be unwise to expect a Pro Bowl level player at this point of his career, which is why he won't be paid like one anymore too.

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