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  Seahawks | Antonio Bryant released    Sun Aug 5, 04:03 PM

The Seattle Seahawks have released WR Antonio Bryant. In a corresponding move, the team has re-signed free-agent PK Carson Wiggs. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

Footballguys view: That didn't take long. Bryant was just added last week and some thought he could replace Big Mike Williams on the roster. When the Seahawks added Braylon Edwards it was a bad sign for Bryant's future with the team. His NFL career may be over.

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  Seahawks | Antonio Bryant nursing hamstring injury    Sat Jul 28, 08:17 PM

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Saturday, July 28, that WR Antonio Bryant (hamstring) enters training camp with a bit of a hamstring issue.

Footballguys view: Not surprising news here. Bryant was out of football last year and it will take some time for him to get back into football shape. This injury doesn't help his chances of winning a roster spot.

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  Seahawks | Antonio Bryant signed    Thu Jul 26, 10:09 PM

The Seattle Seahawks have signed free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Bengals). Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

Footballguys view: There's no guarantee that Bryant even makes the final roster. He spent last year out of football and will have to work hard to get back into shape. The Seahawks worked out Braylon Edwards on Thursday and have been looking for a veteran WR since they cut Mike Williams.

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  Seahawks | Antonio Bryant not in shape     Sat Jun 16, 09:27 AM

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Bengals) was not in great shape after the team had Bryant in on a tryout during minicamp. 'He's not in very good shape, but he's very natural,' Carroll said. 'He's got terrific instincts for catching the football and getting in and out of breaks.'

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  Seahawks | Antonio Bryant gets chance to resurrect career    Tue Jun 12, 01:35 AM

Free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Bengals) is in Washington to participate in the Seattle Seahawks' minicamp, according to sources with knowledge of the situation. Bryant is taking a physical for the club. Bryant has not played in the National Football League since 2009 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was signed by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2010, but never played a game for the Bengals due to an ongoing knee injury.

Footballguys view: Bryant had number one wide receiver talent, but never got his act together off the field. Mike Williams was brought back from the football dead in Seattle, so we can't count Bryant out.

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  NFL | Antonio Bryant intends to play     Thu Sep 9, 02:06 PM

Free-agent WR Antonio Bryant's (Bengals) agent said Bryant intends to play but is about a month away from being ready to play because of his knee, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Footballguys view: Bryant's knee will have to drastically improve if he wants to play in the NFL this season. If healthy there should be a few teams interested in adding the veteran receiver.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant's agent files grievance     Thu Sep 9, 01:57 PM

Free-agent WR Antonio Bryant's (Bengals) agent has filed a grievance against the Cincinnati Bengals for $3.1 million that he believes the team owes to Bryant, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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  NFL | Antonio Bryant to meet with doctor    Wed Sep 1, 05:22 PM

Unrestricted free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (knee) will meet with a specialist this week to determine when he may be able to return from his knee injury, reports NFL Network's Jason La Canfora. Bryant's agent said Bryant has made progress in his recovery, but there is no timetable until he meets with the doctor.

Footballguys view: Bryant has not been right in quite some time, and perhaps it's best for him to shut it down, recover completely, and then try to make a comeback in the NFL.

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  NFL | Antonio Bryant's career in jeopardy?    Tue Aug 31, 10:46 AM

Free-agent WR Antonio Bryant's (Bengals) career could be in jeopardy because of recurring knee problems that date to the 2009 season, according to two league sources, reports Jason Cole, of Yahoo! Sports. 'He barely practiced in training camp and now this happens,' said a league source with knowledge of Bryant's knee problems. 'The guy can't stay healthy at this point. He gets to the point that he's feeling good, then it swells on him again. When that keeps happening, that's a very strong indication that there are structural problems.'

Footballguys view: Bryant's knee condition was the reason why the Bengals signed veteran free agent Terrell Owens earlier this offseason. He may have to sit out for an extended period of time if he wants to play again in the NFL.

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  Raiders | Not interested in Antonio Bryant    Mon Aug 30, 10:06 AM

The Oakland Raiders have no interest in free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Bengals), according to Vittorio Tafur, of the San Francisco Chronicle. 'We haven't had any of those kind of discussions at this point,' head coach Tom Cable said. 'Right now, we're more focused on our group.'

Footballguys view: The Raiders take a football player instead of a track star in the first round, and now they're not going after a problem child WR? Maybe Al Davis really has seen the light.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant released    Sun Aug 29, 02:25 PM

The Cincinnati Bengals have released WR Antonio Bryant, according to Adam Schefter from ESPN. He had signed a four-year, $28 million deal in the offseason which included $8 million in guaranteed money. Bryant is now an unrestricted free agent.

Footballguys view: Not a surprise here. The Bengals signed Terrell Owens because they were worried about the condition of Antonio Bryant's knee. Because of the injury it may be difficult for him to pass a physical in order to sign with another team.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant making progress    Fri Aug 27, 02:21 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee) said he is making progress in the rehab from his knee injury and believes he is getting close to returning, reports Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer. He said he does not want to be placed on Injured Reserve but does not want to return until he is completely healthy. Bryant said the muscles surrounding his knee are what are causing him problems.

Footballguys view: Concern over Bryant's knee was the reason the Bengals signed Terrell Owens. If Bryant's knee doesn't improve over the next couple of weeks the team could decide to just let him go and move forward without him.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant unaware he may be released    Thu Aug 26, 07:19 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant's (knee) agent, Lamont Smith, said he is not aware of the team planning to release Bryant, reports Bengals.com's Geoff Hobson. Smith said he has not heard from the club and thinks he would so the team could reach an injury settlement before releasing him. Smith added, "That would be the protocol. Because you would think they would call and say, 'This isn't going the way we thought and let's try and do something.' From what I understand, things have progressed the past week."

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant feeling better    Fri Aug 13, 03:20 AM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee) said he is feeling better but does not know when he will return to the field, reports Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com.

Footballguys view: Stay away from Bryant in drafts until we see him take the field again. At this point, the best thing for his fantasy stock might be a release from the Bengals so he still has a chance to start this year.

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  Bengals | Unsure when Antonio Bryant will return    Wed Aug 11, 06:37 PM

Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said he is not sure when WR Antonio Bryant (knee) will be able to return to practice, reports Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com. Bryant has been working on trying to rehab his knee.

Footballguys view: At this point, there's no reason to draft Bryant. It's not even a given that he will be a Bengal when the season starts.

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  Bengals | 10 sitting out Sunday    Sun Aug 8, 08:22 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee), CB Johnathan Joseph (thigh), RB Cedric Peerman (hamstring), FB Fui Vakapuna (shoulder), S Tom Nelson (knee), C Jonathan Luigs (hip), LB Rashad Jeanty (knee), LB Rey Maualuga (hamstring), OT Andre Smith (foot, conditioning) and DE Carlos Dunlap (concussion) will not play in the team�s preseason game Sunday, Aug. 8, reports Joe Reedy, of the Cincinnati Enquirer.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant to miss first preseason game    Fri Aug 6, 03:46 AM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee) will not play in the team's first preseason game, reports The Associated Press.

Footballguys view: This could be the beginning of the end for Bryant as a Bengal, paid millions of dollars, but not even assured of ever suiting up for the team in a regular season game.

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  Bengals | Three declared out for preseason game    Thu Aug 5, 02:35 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee), OT Andre Smith (foot) and FB Fui Vakapuna (shoulder) have been declared out of the team's first preseason game, according to Bengals.com's Geoff Hobson.

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  Bengals | Want to see Antonio Bryant play before deciding on WRs    Thu Aug 5, 02:35 PM

The Cincinnati Bengals want to see how WR Antonio Bryant (knee) performs in the final three preseason games before they decide which wide receivers they will release, reports Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com. WRs Jerome Simpson and Maurice Purify are making the decision harder for the team because they are performing well during training camp.

Footballguys view: Both Simpson and Purify have the talent to stick around in the NFL, but one could be bounced from the roster if Bryant's knee is good to go.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant misses practice Monday    Mon Aug 2, 09:59 AM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee) did not practice Monday, Aug. 2, according to Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com.

Footballguys view: The Bengals will limit Bryant's participation in camp until he proves his knee is near full strength.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant wearing No. 19    Mon Aug 2, 09:54 AM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant is wearing jersey No. 19, according to Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com.

Footballguys view: Bryant gave up the number 81 to Terrell Owens.

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  Bengals | Hopeful Antonio Bryant can return this week    Mon Aug 2, 09:53 AM

The Cincinnati Bengals are hopeful WR Antonio Bryant (knee) can return to practice sometime this week, according to Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com.

Footballguys view: When Bryant does return we expect him to be a limited participant in practice.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant sits out Sunday    Sun Aug 1, 11:02 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee) missed his fifth consecutive practice Sunday, Aug. 1, reports Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com.

Footballguys view: Not only is Bryant probably not worth drafting as a WR3 or WR4 at this point, but he might not even be worth drafting until this knee situation clears up.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant missing evening practice    Sat Jul 31, 07:11 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee) is not participating in evening practice Saturday, July 31, reports Bengals.com.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant misses morning practice     Sat Jul 31, 04:21 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee) did not participate in morning practice Saturday, July 31, reports Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer.

Footballguys view: Bryant's knee is a concern, so expect the Bengals to be cautious with him throughout training camp.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant not practicing Friday    Fri Jul 30, 03:20 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee) is not taking part in practice Friday, July 30, reports Bengals.com.

Footballguys view: Not a surprise here. The Bengals still want Bryant to contribute this year, and will be careful with him so the injury is not aggravated.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant to be limited during two-a-days    Thu Jul 29, 04:38 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee) will be limited to one practice when the team is scheduled to have two practices in a day, reports Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer.

Footballguys view: Many veterans around the league are limited during two-a-days so this report comes as no surprise. We'll see if Bryant can get to 100% before the start of the regular season.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant talks about knee injury    Thu Jul 29, 01:47 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee) said his knee isn't 100 percent and he is not isn't able to go at full speed, but he was able to take all of his reps during practice Thursday, July 29, and will be ready for Week 1, reports Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com.

Footballguys view: Bryant's knee injury was key in the Bengals signing Terrell Owens. We'll see how the depth chart will shake out if Bryant is healthy, and whether or not he'll be moved to the slot position.

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  Bengals | Terrell Owens getting No. 81 from Antonio Bryant    Thu Jul 29, 01:42 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant is giving up No. 81 to newly added WR Terrell Owens, reports Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com. Bryant said he told Owens to make a donation to the Overtown Optimists, which is a football Little League in his hometown of Miami. Bryant said he did not know what number he would wear moving forward.

Footballguys view: Class move by Bryant here. It's just a number, and most people associate Owens with 81 and not Bryant.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant struggles opening door for Terrell Owens    Sun Jul 25, 11:42 AM

The Cincinnati Bengals are in talks with free-agent WR Terrell Owens (Bill), reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Bengals signed WR Antonio Bryant during the offseason, but he has struggled so far and that has motivated the Bengals to take another look at Owens.

Footballguys view: After Chris Mortensen's report that Bryant's knee still isn't right, this news makes Bryant almost undraftable before the late rounds of any early drafts until we see him on the field and have a reason to be hopeful about his 2010 prospects. Owens would be a very solid WR3 pick if he signs with the Bengals and gets to start, and Carson Palmer's 2010 value would get another bump.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant's knee still a concern    Sat Jul 24, 09:56 AM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant's (knee) surgically-repaired knee remained an issue this offseason, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen.

Footballguys view: If Bryant's knee is too much of a concern then we could see the Bengals turn to a free agent like Terrell Owens.

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  Bengals | Passing game needs to get job done    Wed Jul 14, 07:02 PM

The Cincinnati Bengals passing game needs to produce in 2010, reports Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer. The Bengals added WR Antonio Bryant via the free-agent market, and drafted TE Jermaine Gresham and WR Jordan Shipley to surround QB Carson Palmer with plenty of weapons on offense.

Footballguys view: Palmer has no excuses now as the offseason moves indicate a commitment to a balanced offense instead of the run-heavy attack they went to in the second half of the season.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant sits out practice Thursday    Thu Jun 17, 05:18 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant (knee) did not participate in practice Thursday, June 17, reports Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com.

Footballguys view: Bryant's knee has been giving him problems since last season, and he's still not at full strength. The Bengals should take it easy on him so he's 100% by the start of training camp.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant getting acclimated to offense    Wed Jun 2, 10:03 AM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant has begun to get a grasp of the team's offense and has earned the praise of QB Carson Palmer, according to CBSSports.com. 'He's showing a lot of improvement, and he's picking up the offense very well for a guy who's bounced around a little bit,' Palmer said.

Footballguys view: The Bengals have made several additions to their passing game this offseason which should help Carson Palmer be a top 15 fantasy quarterback once again. Bryant is expected to start opposite Chad Ochocinco and could become the Bengals best downfield threat.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant lining up all over the field    Wed May 26, 11:19 AM

Geoff Hobson, from Bengals.com, reports offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski threw a plethora of schemes at his guys to start the third week of voluntary workouts on the field and quarterback Carson Palmer wasn't unhappy when things came out a little mismatched. "We're trying to do different things and we're moving guys around trying to create mismatches by alignment; that's new to us," Palmer said after practice. "And something our defense has struggled with trying to cover us." Exhibit A is that Bryant is playing the Z (strong side) as well as the F (the slot) when he has usually only played the X (the weak side). "I like it. I like playing different spots," said Bryant, who caught a career-high 83 balls in 2008 when Tampa Bay coach Jon Gruden had him at the Z. "It allows you to use all of your talent."

Footballguys view: Antonio Bryant could be in for a big year with his new team. He'll create mismatches no matter where he lines up on the field, and is unlikely to face too much double coverage because of all the other weapons in Cincinnati's arsenal.

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  Bengals | Antonio Bryant feels he is picking up the offense    Sun May 16, 01:14 PM

Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant said learning the team's offense has gone well so far, reports Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer. He credits offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski with helping him adjust. In seven previous seasons, Bryant has had eight offensive coordinators and 13 quarterbacks on four teams, so learning a new system and adjusting to a new quarterback isn't anything new for him. Bryant said he is a visual learner and Bratkowski is doing a good job of laying out film on certain plays. 'It's a lot easier understanding it when you're running it against someone,' Bryant said. He also feels working with QB Carson Palmer will help him elevate his game. 'With him, it's about precision and timing, and that will help me pick my game up. That's something I have lacked for the most part everywhere I've been,' Bryant said. 'I know what to expect because it's been consistent so far.'

Footballguys view: Bryant has been through a lot during his pro career, and over the years he's matured and become wiser with each learning experience. The Bengals are relying on him to be a featured part of their offense as a starter opposite Chad Ochocinco. Carson Palmer has more weapons around him this year than ever before, and the Bengals offense could be elite in 2010.

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  Bengals | Is pass catching TE the next priority?    Sun Mar 21, 05:42 PM

Mike Wilkening, from Pro Football Weekly, reports the Bengals' signing of former Buccaneers WR Antonio Bryant aims to solve one of their glaring problems: a lack of a playmaking receiver to pair with Chad Ochocinco. Bryant's presence could do wonders for Ochocinco, whom opposing secondaries could zero in upon last season. With Bryant in the fold, wide receiver becomes a lesser priority in the draft. However, tight end still looms as a position that the club could address early. PFW's latest mock draft has the Bengals selecting Oklahoma's Jermaine Gresham, the most highly regarded TE prospect, in Round One.

Footballguys view: The Bengals have long been looking to upgrade their tight end, but players like Ben Utecht and Chase Coffman failed to live up to expectations. Gresham is regarded as the best tight end in this draft class, but the tight end class is deep and the Bengals could wait to select one until later in the 2010 NFL Draft.

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  Bengals | Bratkowski sees Ochocinco, Bryant as No. 1 WR    Sat Mar 13, 04:14 PM

Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer, reports the Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski said he sees WRs Chad Ochocinco and Antonio Bryant both as the team's No. 1 receiver because they are starters.

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  Bengals | Bryant's signing could affect re-signing own FAs    Thu Mar 11, 12:07 PM

Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com, reports Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant's contract could affect the team's ability to re-sign some of their free agents.

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  Bengals | Bryant contract update    Thu Mar 11, 11:56 AM

Updating a previous report, ESPN.com reports Cincinnati Bengals WR Antonio Bryant's four-year contract is worth $28 million, a source told ESPN's John Clayton. He could make as much as $29 million with incentives.

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  Bengals | Bryant agrees to terms    Wed Mar 10, 03:06 PM

JOCKlife.com reports the Cincinnati Bengals have agreed to terms with unrestricted free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Buccaneers) on a four-year deal. Financial terms were not disclosed

Footballguys view: Bryant was the Bengals first choice, and now it seems unlikely the team will sign Terrell Owens. Ochocinco will no longer attract all the attention of the defense, and Bryant should stretch the field for Carson Palmer.

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  Dolphins | Showing interest in Bryant    Wed Mar 10, 01:43 PM

Rick Stroud, of The St. Petersburg Times, reports free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Buccaneers) is receiving interest from the Miami Dolphins, per Bryant's agent.

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  Redskins | Bryant not visiting    Tue Mar 9, 04:38 PM

Stephen Holder, of the St. Petersburg Times, reports Lamont Smith, agent for unrestricted free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Buccaneers), said the Washington Redskins are not the next team Bryant will be visiting.

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  Bengals | Ochocinco believes team can sign Bryant, Owens    Tue Mar 9, 03:10 PM

Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer, reports Cincinnati Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco said he believes there is room for the team to sign unrestricted free-agent WRs Antonio Bryant (Buccaneers) and Terrell Owens (Bills).

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  Bengals | Bryant believed to be first choice    Tue Mar 9, 03:04 PM

Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer, reports unrestricted free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Buccaneers) is believed to be the Cincinnati Bengals' first choice in terms of free agent wide receivers.

Footballguys view: The Bengals are looking to add more weapons around Carson Palmer, and they might not be done even if they sign Bryant or Owens. Several mock drafts have the Bengals also selecting TE Jermaine Gresham with the 21st pick in the first-round.

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  Redskins | A. Bryant scheduled to visit    Tue Mar 9, 11:50 AM

Roy Cummings, of The Tampa Tribune, reports the agent for free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Buccaneers), Lamont Smith, said Bryant has arranged a visit with the Washington Redskins.

Footballguys view: The Redskins have a duo of young playmakers in Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly, but Bryant could give them the veteran depth they don't have.

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  Bengals | Bryant scheduled to visit    Mon Mar 8, 04:41 PM

Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer, reports the Cincinnati Bengals are scheduled to meet with unrestricted free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Buccaneers) Tuesday, March 9.

Footballguys view: The Bengals are considering options like Bryant or Terrell Owens. Both veteran receivers may surprise teams by how much they have left in the tank.

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  Bengals | Marshall unlikely to join team    Mon Mar 8, 10:37 AM

Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer, reports the only scenario where Denver Broncos WR Brandon Marshall would become a more viable option for the Cincinnati Bengals is if the team's top two targets, free-agent WRs Terrell Owens (Bills) and Antonio Bryant (Buccaneers), come off the market. As of right now, the Bengals are the only team reportedly interested in Owens.

Footballguys view: Brandon Marshall may just have to play in Denver for another season - but we've seen that even if his relationship with head coach Josh McDaniels is rocky he can still be a top fantasy receiver.

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  Dolphins | Bryant interested in joining team    Sat Mar 6, 11:29 AM

Jeff Darlington, of the Miami Herald, reports free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Buccaneers) is interested in signing with the Miami Dolphins, according to a source.

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  Bengals | Have interest in Bryant    Fri Mar 5, 01:56 PM

Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com, reports the Cincinnati Bengals have shown interest in unrestricted free-agent WR Antonio Bryant (Buccaneers).

Footballguys view: The Bengals want to upgrade their WR corps, and Bryant would give them another big play threat to go along with Chad Ochocinco.

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