Coming off a productive performance last Sunday, Dez Bryant is back.
With the Ravens missing multiple players due to COVID-19, they have added the veteran wide receiver to the active roster for Tuesday’s scheduled game against the Steelers, Bryant announced Saturday on Twitter.
In late October, the Ravens signed the 32-year-old Bryant to their practice squad. After receiving just two snaps in his first game against the Colts on Nov. 8, Bryant produced four catches for 28 yards last Sunday in an overtime loss to the Titans.
Bryant had been out of football since 2017 after eight seasons with the Cowboys. In 2018, an Achilles injury derailed his comeback attempt with the Saints. But the Ravens are giving him a chance now.