The Seahawks signed wide receiver Antonio Bryant before the start of training camp Friday. They had also worked out Braylon Edwards in effort to add a veteran wide receiver following the release of Mike Williams last week.
Bryant was given a month to get into better football shape following a tryout in June, and apparently impressed coach Pete Carroll enough to earn the nod over Edwards. Bryant hasn't played since 2009 due to knee issues.
Bryant signed a four-year, $28 million deal with Cincinnati in 2010 season, only to get released before the start of the season. He had a career-high 1,248 yards receiving in 2008 with Tampa Bay.
With the move, the Seahawks' roster stands at 90 players. The team gave another workout to linebacker Brian Banks, who is attempting to earn a shot in the NFL after being released from prison when he was cleared of a rape conviction in May, but Seattle would have to make a roster move in order to clear room.