Antonio Bryant’s market has been surprisingly slow to develop, but interest is picking up quickly.
Bryant is in Cincinnati Tuesday, and his agent Lamont Smith tells the Tampa Tribune that Bryant has a visit scheduled with the Redskins.
The Bengals appear to be playing Bryant and Terrell Owens against each other in an effort to drive their price down. Bryant’s announced visit to Washington could be a way to show the Bengals he has options.
Then again, the Redskins could certainly use receiver help. Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly still have a lot to prove, and Santana Moss’ future with the team is in some doubt.
Moss’ position in Washington will be especially precarious if Bryant does indeed get out of Cincinnati without signing a deal.