One of the most bizarre stories of the 2010 offseason/preseason has come from former Bengals receiver Antonio Bryant.
Plagued by a knee problem for most of the 2009 season, the Bengals nevertheless decided to sign him to a four-year, $28 million contract a day after a March free-agent visit from Terrell Owens.
And so, after already paying Bryant $7.85 million, the Bengals cut him. Ultimately, they could owe him ever more money.
We could write more about it, or we could let you listen to what we have to say. Go ahead; you’ve got a few more minutes until the boss arrives.