Seahawks Sign Antonio Bryant

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T.O. still looking for a job, but Antonio Bryant is back.

The Seahawks have signed Bryant, even though coach Pete Carroll thought that Bryant looked like he wasn’t in football shape after a minicamp tryout last in June.

Bryant inked a four-year, $28 million deal in 2010 with the Bengals, who cut him before he ever suited up for a game.  He hasn’t played since.

Before that, Bryant had a career year with the Buccaneers in 2008.  He remained in Tampa under the franchise tag in 2009.

Bryant also has played for the Cowboys, Browns, and 49ers.

Seahawks decided to sign Bryant over Braylon Edwards.

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