Cowboys Reportedly Working on New Deal for Dez

Published 08/27 2014 06:16PM

Updated 08/27 2014 09:42PM

The Dallas Cowboys are reportedly in serious talks with star-wide out Dez Bryant about a contract extension, that would undoubtedly make him one of the highest paid receivers in the league.

NFL Media has reported that the talks have intensified, and could be done before Thursday’s preseason finale.

Bryant is entering the final year of his rookie contract and is due to make around 2.5 million dollars, But has led the NFL in touchdown catches over the last two seasons. Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald are the two highest paid receivers in the league respectively. Both make, north of, 16 million, a piece, per year. Expect Bryant to be paid somewhere between there, and the third highest Mike Wallace who garners 12 million per year.

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