Parcells and the Cowboys shipped Bryant to Cleveland during the Tuna’s second season in Texas. The move came after an offseason in which Bryant reportedly threw a jersey at Parcells during practice.
Since then, Bryant’s career has been more down than up. His best performance, two seasons ago in Tampa, resulted in a franchise-player payday of nearly $10 million in Tampa for 2009.
Bryant is now an unrestricted free agent, and he has met with the Bengals. The Redskins are interested (unless they aren’t), and now Bryant’s agent tells Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald that the Dolphins have expressed an interest (unless they aren’t).
The Dolphins. The Tuna’s Dolphins, re-embracing Bryant more than five years after shipping him away.
It shows that the Dolphins realize talented receivers with a low ass-pain factor are few and far between. That said, if Parcells is willing to try a manage a guy who tended to be unmanageable in Dallas, why not go all in and pursue Brandon Marshall?
Plenty of Dolphins fans would agree with us on this. We’ll now shut up and let them.