Former Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant has moved one step closer to playing in the NFL again. The 31-year-old Bryant signed with the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday and has been assigned to the practice squad. Bryant last played in 2017, when he had 69 catches for 838 yards in his eighth and final season in Dallas.
Last weekend, in his first game as IU’s No. kicker, Campbell proved the point, again, going 2-of-2 in an overtime win over Penn State. But again, it was unusual circumstances.
Ravens-Steelers has been circled on the calendar since the NFL schedule was released, and this Sunday, the two rivals finally square off once more.