Antonio Brown– 129 receptions, 1,698 yards and 13 touchdowns- $8,392,000 annually 2. Green Bay Packers- Jordy Nelson– 98 receptions, 1,519 yards and 13 touchdowns- $9,762,000 annually 3. Green Bay Packers- Randall Cobb– 91 receptions, 1,287 yard and 12 touchdowns- $10,000,000 annually 4. Denver Broncos- Demaryius Thomas– 111 receptions, 1,619 yards and 11 touchdowns- $12,823,000 annually The good news is the Cowboys are paying Bryant money than Brown, Nelson, Cobb, and Thomas. However, they may have to pay him more later on. A contract extension seems inevitable. Dez Bryant and the Cowboys should be able to work something out. Bryant should have a deal to agree on before the first week of the regular season and avoid a week one holdout. Bryant said, “Everybody voicing opinions.. 13 mil is cool but where is my security?” Bryant said there is a chance he will sit out for week 1. It is clear that Bryant is seeking a Calvin Johnson type of deal based on his comments. It is imperative that the Cowboys offer a deal that is at least close to Johnson’s contract. It will be tough to win without Bryant in week one.