Ravens plan to sign former Dallas Cowboys star Dez Bryant to add practice squad, per report

Dez Bryant may be getting his long-awaited opportunity to re-visitation of the NFL.

The Baltimore Ravens intend to sign the previous Dallas Cowboys wide collector to their training crew forthcoming an exercise and physical, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport announced Thursday.

Bryant, who turns 32 of every fourteen days, has not played in a NFL game since 2017. In 2018, he marked with the New Orleans Saints however never played in a game subsequent to enduring a torn Achilles by and by.

A three-time Pro Bowl choice, Bryant remains as the Cowboys’ unequaled chief in getting scores with 73. He turned out for the Ravens in August, however no arrangement appeared between the different sides.

Baltimore has Dallas on Dec. 3, a Thursday night matchup.

The Ravens are 5-1 entering their bye week, yet their offense positions 26th in general (342.2 yards per game) and 31st in passing (177.8 yards per game). Ruling NFL MVP Lamar Jackson has been held to under 200 yards passing in every one of his past four games.

Prior on Thursday, the Ravens gained previous Pro Bowl protective end Yannick Ngakoue in an exchange with the Minnesota Vikings.