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Week 13 Outlook
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Dez Bryant was unable to catch either of his two targets in a 19-14 loss to the Steelers in Week 12.
It was a brutal day for the Baltimore passing attack, which completed just 9-of-18 passes. Bryant now has four receptions for 28 yards in three games for Baltimore. He will face his old team, the Cowboys, in Week 13.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Dez Bryant caught 4-of-5 targets for 28 yards in a 30-24 loss to the Titans in overtime in Week 11.
Bryant saw his first targets in a Baltimore uniform in the loss. He is unlikely to be a difference-maker in fantasy in the run-first Baltimore offense.
Dez Bryant is officially active for the Ravens' Week 9 game against the Colts.
Bryant was signed to the practice squad on October 27th and was promoted to Baltimore's active roster on Saturday. Week 9 will be his first NFL game since the final day of 2017. Bryant is unlikely to receive enough usage to be overly fantasy relevant, but perhaps he has enough left in the tank to help out a struggling Ravens offense.
The Baltimore Ravens are elevating WR Dez Bryant to the active roster for Week 9 vs. the Colts.
Bryant will make his return after almost three years removed from playing in an NFL game. The last time he played in a game was for the Cowboys in December 2017. The 32-year old likely won’t play a full set of snaps, but his presence should be a good thing for a Ravens offense that has struggled a bit through the air this season. Welcome back, Dez.
The Ravens have signed free agent WR Dez Bryant to the practice squad.
Bryant is officially back in the NFL. He hasn’t played in an game since 2017. The 31-year-old WR was with the Saints briefly in 2018, but suffered a torn Achilles during practice. He sat out 2019 rehabbing his injury. Bryant will join the Ravens practice squad and could be a potential late-season addition to Baltimore’s gameday roster.