Dez Bryant might wait until training camp before signing with a new team.
But that hasn't stopped people from speculating about which team the former Cowboys star might play for next.
After Bryant was released by owner and general manager Jerry Jones back in April, he told reporters that he would "see them twice next year." The only way to make certain that proclamation came true would be if the mercurial pass-catcher signed with one of the other three teams in the NFC East.
The Eagles, Giants and Redskins are reportedly not interested in his services as of yet.
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Bryant also indicated that he'd like to play for the 49ers back at the end of May.
Former Cowboys tight end Jason Witten said an interview that he thought his former teammate would be a good fit with the Green Bay Packers and star quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
The Baltimore Ravens reportedly offered Bryant a multi-year deal, but he turned them down.
Jones has also said his organization will not bring him back.
So, where will Bryant land?
Here are the teams the oddsmakers feel are mostly likely to land him, courtesy of Sportsline.com.
Tennessee Titans: -200
Houston Texans: +200
New York Giants: +300
Green Bay Packers: +400
Washington Redskins: +500
San Francisco 49ers: +600
Buffalo Bills: +750
New England Patriots +800
Miami Dolphins: +1000
Seattle Seahawks: +1000
Oakland Raiders: +1200
Arizona Cardinals: +1200
Jacksonville Jaguars: +1300
Denver Broncos: +1500
Carolina Panthers +1800
Philadelphia Eagles +1800