Agent Lamont Smith said the Dolphins have expressed an interest in free agent receiver Antonio Bryant. But Cincinnati hosted him Tuesday and has been more aggressive.
— -Miami Herald's Barry Jackson. As much as I'm not a fan of Bryant's, signing him to a short-term deal has its benefits - especially in terms of draft flexibility. But other teams are probably more interested in Antonio at this point. [UPDATE: Bryant has signed with Cincinnati - a reported 4 year, $28 million. That's a lot of money for a player with one good season.]