Dez Bryant says he wants to go to an NFC East team, giving him a chance to play the Cowboys twice a year.
That's understandable, especially immediately after being released by the only team he's played for. But staying in the division is probably not the best move.
Quarterbacks, coaches, offensive schemes and rosters should be more important to the veteran receiver if the contract offer is respectable.
These five teams make more sense than the Eagles, Giants or Redskins.
1. San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers have plenty of money. Bryant could join forces with a good young quarterback in Jimmy Garoppolo and head coach Kyle Shanahan, who had success coaching bog-bodied star receiver Julio Jones in Atlanta.
2. Los Angeles Rams
They've been putting together an all-star roster this offseason. In L.A., Bryant could replace Sammy Watkins, who signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. Rams coach Sean McVay is also one of the best young offensive minds in the game.
3. New Orleans Saints