Wide receiver Antonio Bryant was released by the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, the team announced.
Bryant, 31, has not played in an NFL game since the 2009 season, when he played in 13 games, including 11 starts, for Tampa Bay and caught 39 passes.
The Seahawks signed him last month, but he has been bothered by a hamstring injury that limited his practice time.
The Seahawks also re-signed kicker Carson Wiggs.
The Seahawks have a lot of wide receivers. They signed Braylon Edwards and cut Mike Williams in July.
Sidney Rice had offseason shoulder surgery, but he figures to be one starting wide receiver, while Edwards, Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin, Ben Obomanu, Kris Durham and Ricardo Lockette compete for playing time.