RENTON, Wash. -- The Seattle Seahawks added depth to its unproven wide receiver unit by signing veteran Antonio Bryant.
The team announced the signing on Thursday night. The Seahawks report for training camp on Friday with the first practice scheduled for Saturday morning.
Bryant had a tryout with the Seahawks during June's minicamp. Coach Pete Carroll said he didn't feel Bryant was in football shape then and wanted to see if the veteran could get himself ready in the month between the June tryout and training camp.
Bryant has not played since the 2009 season with Tampa Bay. He signed a four-year, $28 million with Cincinnati before the 2010 season, but was cut at the end of training camp and spent the past two seasons out of the NFL.