DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Former Dallas Cowboys star wideout Dez Bryant is officially back, after being signed to the Baltimore Ravens 53-man roster on Saturday.
Bryant made the announcement via his twitter account Saturday morning.
After leaving the Cowboys following the 2017 season, Bryant struggled to catch on to another NFL team for almost three seasons.
He was signed by the New Orleans Saints on November 8th of 2018, but tore his achilles shortly after, forcing him to the injured reserve list.
Following his recovery, Bryant vigorously campaigned for an NFL job, most notably with the Cowboys, before the Ravens signed him to their practice squad on October 27th of this season.
In two games with the Ravens, Bryant has been targeted five times, making four catches for 28 yards and one first down, all of which came in week 11 against the Tennessee Titans.
Bryant's first game as an official part of the 53-man roster will came against none other than his former team of eight seasons, the Dallas Cowboys, on Monday, December 7th at 4pm.