Found July 27, 2012 on Seahawk Addicts:
As many of you have probably heard, Antonio Bryant has signed up with the Seahawks and will be competing for a roster spot in camp this summer.  Bryan was among a few veteran wide receivers brought in for tryouts by the team, but so far he's the only one they've decided to bring back. There's no doubting that Bryant has had a solid player.  In seven NFL seasons, he's played in 106 games (82 starts) and racked up 5,685 receiving yards and 30 touchdowns on 372 catches, averaging a respectable 15.3 yards per reception, 3.5 receptions per game, and 53.6 receiving yards per game.  Not Hall of Fame numbers, perhaps, but amply good enough to keep coaches and fans alike happy. No, the real question regarding Bryant is whether or not he can still match his previous production, for a couple of reasons.  Bryant is 31, two previous teams have jettisoned him because of arguments with his head coaches, and  he hasn't played in an NFL game since 2009 due to problems stemming ...

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Seattle signs WR Antonio Bryant to active roster

The Seattle Seahawks added depth to its unproven wide receiver unit by signing veteran Antonio Bryant. The team announced the signing on Thursday night. The Seahawks report for training camp on Friday with the first practice scheduled for Saturday morning. Bryant had a tryout with the Seahawks during June's minicamp. Coach Pete Carroll said he didn't feel Bryant was in...

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Seahawks sign WR Antonio Bryant

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