Dez Bryant wants to play for the Giants

The Bills have shown interest in signing Dez Bryant according to Ian Rapoport

The Bills have shown interest in signing Dez Bryant according to Ian Rapoport

Bryant was released by the Cowboys last week after playing eight season for the team.

Bryant, who was dumped by the Cowboys on Friday, shared his thoughts on Monday about his next National Football League home with Mike Fisher, the Cowboys' Insider for Dallas' 105.3 The Fan. Does that mean he has his sights set on joining the New York Giants? While Bryant said money is not going to be his biggest motivating factor, the Eagles have hardly any salary cap room.

But how much less? The Giants are near the bottom of the National Football League in cap space, with only $5 million available to spend. And they may end up spending a lot of money to extend Beckham, so they're unlikely to spend a lot of money on another receiver in Bryant.

So unless Bryant is so enamored with the idea of playing with the Giants that he'd take the league minimum, there's no guarantee that the Giants are as eager to get a deal done as Bryant seems to be.

Bryant also told 247Sports.com it would "be fun" to play for the Los Angeles Rams after they reached the playoffs last season for the first time in twelve seasons. He led the Cowboys with 69 receptions, 838 yards and six touchdowns.

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