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Antonio Bryant



The more and more I hear about him, the less likely it sounds like we re-sign him.  I understands he probably wants a lot of money.  And the glazers are probably too freaking cheap to give it to him.  Cleary WR is a need.  I don't see why we would let him go.  He is arguably the best talent on offense (possibly behind K2).  It doesn't make sense, if we need WRs then why let a potential pro bowler leave, it would just make WR an even larger need.  I understand this past season wasn't  great due to injury, but he has all of the skills/potential to be an elite receiver.  Why would we resign Clayton but not Bryant?  Maybe I am jumping to conclusions too early, what do you believe happens?

 

here are a couple links about bryant

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/02/04/antonio-bryant-says-his-film-dont-lie/

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/01/28/bucs-ready-to-move-on-from-bryant-at-current-asking-price/

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