The Bengals have reportedly tossed around the idea of signing Terrell Owens or Brandon Marshall. Now we’ve got one more name to throw into the mix.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Bengals will bring in Antonio Bryant for a visit.
He’s one of the few talented receivers remaining on the market. He’s been fairly inconsistent in his career. He’s shown high level talent (1,248 yards in 2008) and then levels of mediocrity (600 yards receiving in 2009).
Bryant turns 29 on Tuesday. He played the 2009 season under the franchise tag with the Bucs.
Bryant’s got a history of clashing with head coaches so it’ll be interesting how he fits into the Bengals locker room.