The well-traveled Bryant surely will be on the move again this offseason and probably is the best option at receiver on the market. After all, of other choices, there are at least 20 million reasons you don't want T.O., and Derrick Mason is viable, but 35 and perhaps retiring, again. Bryant, on the other hand, had a down year (39 catches, 600 yards, 4 TDs), but fought a slight knee injury and played for two offensive coordinators. At 29, Bryant could thrive with a new environment and good, proven quarterback.
Text: John P. Lopez
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