Posted on: March 10, 2010 10:33 am
All the clamoring from Chad Ochocinco has apparently paid off, as Terrell Owens has officially landed at Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports .
Meanwhile, Antonio Bryant has reportedly left town and will possibly visit more teams, but is still considered the best option for a Bengals contract, the story notes.
Owens told the Enquirer he is optimistic about the prospect of putting on a Bengals uniform this season.
"There's always been the speculation and perception out there [about coming to Cincinnati] and Chad kick started it and lobbied to have me here as a teammate and I welcome it with open arms."
Posted on: February 16, 2010 11:36 am
Wide receiver Antonio Bryant received $9.88 million in 2009 after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers placed the franchise tag on him.
He had a career year in 2008, which resulted in 83 passes for 1,248 yards and seven touchdowns.
Tampa Bay won't be placing the franchise tag on Bryant again this season, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, because the price is way too high for a soon-to-be 29-year-old wideout who spent the better portion of the 2009 season battling a knee injury.
The Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, Carolina Panthers, Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots could be interested in Bryant.
Posted on: September 18, 2009 11:33 am
Bucs WR Antonio Bryant has taken a step back in his recovery from preseason knee surgery.
The Tampa Tribune reports that Bryant did not participate in the team's workout at One Buc Place on Thursday, and his chances of playing Sunday at Buffalo are in question.
Bryant had arthroscopic surgery in early August to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee and he left the season-opening game against Dallas early because of knee fatigue.
Others who missed practice, according to coach Raheem Morris were C Jeff Faine (triceps), CB E.J. Biggers (shoulder) and DE Kyle Moore (groin). TE John Gilmore (ankle) and S Jermaine Phillips (calf) were limited.