He might want to see a deal get done, but the Giants currently don't have any interest in employing former Cowboys WR Dez Bryant next season.
At least, not right now.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport went on "NFL Up to the Minute" Friday night, and said the Giants haven't been among the teams he has heard looking at the wideout at the moment.
"As far as the Giants go," Rapoport said, "my understanding is they are not at this point a team vying for his services."
Bryant has stated he wants to stay in the NFC East next season to get revenge on the Cowboys twice a year. And with Brandon Marshall cut from the Giants on Thursday after failing a physical, the team now has a vacancy on the outside.
Though there doesn't seem to be interest now, Giants GM Dave Gettleman also said on Thursday that he isn't closing any doors on Bryant when the question of him seeing a deal in the future was brought up.
"I have interest in everybody," Gettleman told reporters. "We do our film work. You never know."
However, SNY's Ralph Vacchiano doesn't see Bryant's wishes becoming a reality with the Giants due his decline in production over the past few seasons. There is also the fact that some in the Cowboys' front office has called him a "distraction," and Gettleman wants a locker room culture free of those.
The 29-year-old receiver has been flirting the prospect of signing with the Giants on social media since he was cut. His latest post showed him and Giants star WR Odell Beckham Jr. working out together. He has also been all over Twitter making hints at signing with various teams including New York.
The only team showing real interest in Bryant at the moment appears to be the Ravens.
Bryant caught 69 passes for 838 yards and six touchdowns in 16 games last season. He hasn't topped 1,000 yards since 2014, when he had 88 catches for 1,320 yards and 16 touchdowns.