Todd Archer of ESPN.com writes that the Cowboys would like to a contract extension in place for WR Dez Bryant who is entering the final year of his rookie contract.
According to Archer, Bryant doesn’t want to leave Dallas and the Cowboys feel the same way.
Even so, Archer still expects the Cowboys to try to structure Bryant’s next contract so that more money is included in base salaries in order to protect them moving forward.
There are some off-the-field concerns about Bryant, but he has quickly established himself as of one the best receivers in the game and is without a doubt the Cowboys best offensive weapon.
Bryant, 25, is set to make just $1.78 million for the 2014 season, so you can see he’s clearing in line for a sizable raise.
It will be interesting to see how he’s able to secure in terms of guarantees in next contract. There is a pretty wide gap between Calvin Johnson ($48.75 million) and Larry Fitzgerald ($27 million). Dez could either come close or possibly ...