NFL Free Agents 2012: Red Bryant Pursued By Patriots, Packers

The Seattle Seahawks have some free agent issues, and defensive tackle Red Bryant figures to be one of the top guys they want to keep it up. However, it's not certain they would want to risk that much money on him. Bryant had a solid season, finishing with 32 tackles, a sack and two interceptions, but he has been inconsistent in his playing time before the 2011 regular season.

Naturally, other teams are willing to pounce and grab, particularly the New England Patriots and the Green Bay Packers.

It figures that Bryant would be pursued by the Packers and the Patriots. Bryant would provide interior depth for each team, neither of whom were dominant defensively last season, and ranked among the worst in the nation. It'd make sense to take a risk on Red to try and improve things.

To discuss Bryant on the Seahawks, check out Field Gulls. To talk about Bryant and the Patriots, hit up Pats Pulpit. To discuss Bryant and how he'd fit in with the Packers, go to Acme Packing Company.

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