Reports: Dez Bryant signs $70 million deal with Dallas Cowboys

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DALLAS, Texas – It seems that a popular Oklahoma State receiver will be staying in the Lone Star State.

ESPN reports that Dez Bryant and the Dallas Cowboys have reached a deal.

Sources told ESPN that Bryant signed a five-year deal that is worth $70 million, meaning he will get an average of $14 million a season.

The contract also is said to include a $20 million signing bonus and $45 million in guaranteed money.

In 75 games, Bryant ranks seventh in team history with 381 catches and 56 touchdowns.

Bryant was a standout when he attended Oklahoma State University, where he earned All-American honors.

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