While wide receiver Roy Williams‘ tryout received much more attention, the Houston Texans decided to sign the other former first-round receiver who also worked out for the team on Thursday.
Bryant Johnson, the 17th overall pick in 2003 by the Arizona Cardinals, played in all 16 games last season for the Texans and was re-signed by the team, according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.
The 6-3, 212-pound wide out was a standout at Penn State, but never became a star player at the next level.
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In five seasons with the Cardinals, Bryant never caught fewer than 35 passes or exceeded 49 catches in a single-season. He also chalked up between 432 and 740 receiving yards and between one to four scores each year.
Bryant, 31, moved onto San Francisco in 2008, where he accumulated 45 receptions for 546 yards and three touchdowns and started the most games of his career in a single-season that year (12), before starting all 16 games the follow...