The Ravens, despite signing Michael Crabtree and John Brown this offseason, still have a need at wide receiver.
The Dallas Cowboys are releasing wide receiver Dez Bryant Friday and saving significant money against the salary cap, according to numerous reports.
Is their a fit between Bryant and the Ravens?
Technically, there is. He’s a big wide receiver who has caught 513 passes for 7,459 yards and 73 touchdowns, a Cowboys record. Even during a down season last year, Bryant caught six touchdown passes. Wide receiver Mike Wallace, who has signed with the Eagles, and tight end Benjamin Watson, a free agent, led the Ravens last season with...