Should The San Diego Chargers Pursue Ex-Bengal Antonio Bryant?

August 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cincinnati Bengals shocked the National Football League today by releasing veteran wide receiver Antonio Bryant a mere five months after picking him up from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and signing him to a four-year, $28 million contract.
Bryant is now the hottest commodity on the free-agent marketplace right now.
An accomplished and talented receiver like Bryant can provide quality depth for teams in need of receivers.
Teams like, say, the San Diego Chargers.
While the San Diego Chargers may have a solid one-two punch in Malcom Floyd and Antonio Gates, the absence of Pro Bowler Vincent Jackson still leaves a hole to be filled.
As it stands, the Chargers wide receiver depth chart will most likely look like this, come time for final cuts:
1. Malcom Floyd
2. Legedu Naanee
3. Craig "Buster" Davis
4. Josh Reed
5. Seyi Ajirotutu
Now, breaking down this depth chart reveals something to be desired.
Floyd and Naanee have locked up t...

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