Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 10/19/14

RENTON, WA - JULY 31: Defensive tackle Red Bryant #79 jogs with teammates during training camp at the Seahawks training facility on July 31, 2009 in Renton, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
Just because Red Bryant is comfortable doesn't mean the Seahawks defensive end is satisfied. With a four-month-old son at home, Bryant is happy to have the security of the new five-year contract he agreed to with Seattle in March. But Bryant still feels that he has plenty to prove on the field. ''You've always got something to prove,'' Bryant said. ''A lot of guys get big contracts and then they kind of go in the tank because you get comfortable. So I feel like not so much to justify it, but I have bigger expectations than just a contract. You hear that all the time, but I definitely want to be a guy that when my playing days are over with and they think about the Seahawks, they think about big Red Bryant.'' During his very short time on the free-agent market this year, the New England Patriots were one of the teams to express interest in the mammoth Bryant. Considering they were coming off a trip to the Super Bowl and with the success the ...
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