Antonio Bryant isn’t the only out-of-work wideout getting a tryout in Seattle, where the huddled masses of unemployment football players are among the men huddling for a minicamp.
Per a league source, veteran wideout David Anderson will participate in the minicamp on a tryout basis, too.
Anderson, a seventh-round pick in 2006, spent five-plus seasons with the Texans, starting eight games in 2009. He was cut by Houston during the 2011 season. Anderson later signed with the Redskins, appearing in four games and catching six passes for 70 yards and a touchdown.