OWINGS MILLS, Maryland-Dez Bryant wants to play two more seasons, but obviously won’t be with the Baltimore Ravens.
In a series of tweets on Tuesday night, the wide-ranging listener explained why he never played a limited role with the Ravens last season.
Bryant wrote: “I realized that Baltimore would not be suitable for me soon.” “There is no bad blood. That is their way of doing things, so you have to respect it.”
The 32-year-old Kobe returned after sitting for two seasons, scoring a total of 6 catches for 47 yards and two touchdowns in six games with Baltimore.
In the game with the Dallas Cowboys, Kobe has been selected to the Pro Bowl three times, but Kobe lacks explosiveness in the game in Baltimore, and has never played openly. He ranks fourth in the league̵
In response to the fans’ comments that he should be given a better chance, Kobe wrote: “It’s difficult. I have been away for nearly three years. My ability has reached its limit. [Ravens coach John] Harbaugh asked me if I was ready to participate in the competition because he thought I was ready…you have to learn the script…the chemistry with QB must be correct. “
When asked whether quarterback Lamar Jackson’s chemistry is good, Kobe wrote: “Our chemistry is excellent both on and off the court. But the people before me are better than me on offensive concepts. Understanding is better. You cannot be threatened by it.”
According to data from the Elias Sports Bureau, Kobe became the second wide-range receiver to miss two full seasons and return to the National Football League Pro Bowl. Josh Gordon (Josh Gordon) is the first.
The Ravens first exercised Kobe in August, but he left without signing a contract because he was told to improve his physical condition. Baltimore brought him back to the team and signed his lineup on October 28.
After leaving the practice team twice, Kobe signed a roster of 53 players on November 28. In a game, he never exceeded 28 yards, and was not caught in two playoff games for the Ravens.
“I’m not worried about playing time,” Bryant wrote. “I am very happy. I have met some great teammates and I think I will keep in touch for a long time. I thank Baltimore for the opportunity.”
Unexpectedly, the crow would bring back Kobe. Upgrading the broad recipient group and draft in the free agency is seen as one of Baltimore’s priorities.
Kobe was the 24th rookie in the 2010 NBA Draft. He played for the Cowboys for eight seasons. In 113 games, before being released after the 2017 season, he grabbed 531 passes from 7,459 yards and scored the Cowboys record of 73 touchdown catches.
When asked if he plans to play in 2021, Kobe wrote: “I plan to play for another 2 years, nothing more.”