Report: Browns, Bryant to keep talking after visit ends without deal
Matthew Emmons / USA TODAY Sports

Dez Bryant and the Cleveland Browns will continue discussions after their free-agent meeting ended late Friday morning without a deal in place, a league source told Mary Kay Kabot of Cleveland.com.

Bryant's visit to the Dawg Pound began on Thursday afternoon and reportedly went well. He stopped by a Cleveland radio station after leaving the Browns' facility Thursday and said the two sides are "just trying to work some things out."

The 29-year-old wide receiver has been the marquee free agent available since the Dallas Cowboys released him on April 13. A three-time Pro Bowler, Bryant recorded 838 receiving yards on 69 catches with six touchdowns in 2017.

The Browns are Bryant's only known suitor at this point.

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Report: Browns, Bryant to keep talking after visit ends without deal
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