Trent Williams apologized to Richard Sherman after Sunday's post game face shove. But they weren't the only players scuffling in the NFC wild-card game. The Washington Redskins say Seattle Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant was trying to step on running back Alfred Morris following a play. Click Link Below to Read Story!
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant was named the NFC Special Teams Player of Week 16.
The special teams award went to Bryant, who blocked a field goal that was returned for a touchdown in the Seahawks' 42-13 win over San Francisco. Richard Sherman returned the blocked field goal 90 yards for a touchdown, the third-longest such return in NFL history.
Source: The Sports Network
Back on Thursday night, the Seattle Seahawks finished their preseason with a victory over the Oakland Raiders to finish the preseason undefeated.
Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant was celebrating with his teammates after a safety without his helmet when the below incident occurred.
Watch Bryant takes a face mask to the mouth and chips his tooth in these stills:
Big Red Bryant is a beast of a man. He can't jump to high. Today I bet he's wishing he could jump just a couple inches higher though.
HE chipped his tooth last night jumping, no wait, head-butting Jaye Howard after his 4th qtr safety.
Howard got the end zone sack for a safety to slap an exclamation point on the final quarter. It was a hell of a play.
He then ran...
Seahawks defensive tackle Red Bryant joined the pantheon of athletes who have injured themselves while celebrating by chipping his tooth.
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. '...
The Seattle Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant agreed to terms on a five-year contract on Tuesday.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
A stellar pass rusher, Bryant garnered interest from several teams before the Seahawks were able to lock him up.
Bryant, 27, collected 32 tackles, two interceptions and one sack in 16 games last season.
The Seattle Seahawks and big defensive end Red Bryant have agreed to terms on a new contract to keep Bryant with the Seahawks.
Seattle announced the agreement on Tuesday during the first day of NFL free agency. Terms of Bryant's deal were not announced, but ESPN.com reported it was worth $35 million over five years with $14.5 million in guarantees.
Bryant transformed into one...
Via AP on Fox
March 13, 2012
Seahawks defensive lineman Red Bryant will gather interest today when free agency opens at 4 pm Eastern. According to Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald, the Patriots are expected to make a play for Bryant. The 27 year old Bryant was drafted by the Seahawks out of Texas A&M in the fourth-round of the 2008 NFL Draft. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
The Seahawks might want to lock up massive defensive end Red Bryant before he becomes a free agent, because there is likely to be quite a bit of interest in him if he is on the open market. When the Seahawks drafted Bryant, they were playing a 4-3 defense and he played tackle. But the team knew he was a better fit as a 3-4 end. They just thought he was such a value in the fourth...