The Seattle Seahawks could always use some depth at wide receiver, as they really don't have a classical number one wideout. Ben Obomanu, Mike Williams, Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin, Deon Butler are all solid young players, so Seattles does have a lot of guys at the position. But it couldn't hurt to have more.
Danny O'Neil of the Seattle Times reports that the Seahawks will look at a receiver who used to be one of the best in the league in Antonio Bryant. Bryant hasn't played in awhile (two years) due to injury, but you figure if he rehabs right there's a chance he could get back into league form.
Wide receiver Antonio Bryant will get a tryout with the Seahawks at this week's minicamp, according to a report from Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
Bryant has been a really productive NFL receiver. At least he was four years ago when he had a career-high 1,248 yards receiving.
He also hasn't played the past two seasons. The Bengals signed him in 2010 to a significant contract, which included some $8 million up front, but he never played a down for the team.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk says Seattle will also look at another receiver who has played a little bit more recently in David Anderson.
Anderson, a seventh-round pick in 2006, spent five-plus seasons with the Texans, starting eight games in 2009. He was cut by Houston during the 2011 season. Anderson later signed with the Redskins, appearing in four games and catching six passes for 70 yards and a touchdown.
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