Seahawks Release Antonio Bryant After Just 10 Days
The Antonio Bryant experiment didn’t last very long in Seattle. According to Curtis Crabtree via Twitter, the Seahawks have cut ties with the veteran wide receiver to make room for camp kicker, Carson Wiggs.
The writing was arguably on the wall when the team brought in fellow veteran wide receiver Braylon Edwards last week, but getting cut to clear space for a camp leg has to take the cake.
Bryant is 31 and has been out of football the past two years, so this could easily signal the end of his NFL career. With that said, there are still some wide receiver-sapped rosters out there. The New York Jets, Miami Dolphins and Cleveland Browns are probably his last best bets at attempting to complete a comeback.