The Tuna has received criticisms from some corners for casting Antonio Bryant aside. My personal opinion is Bill Parcells was correct in what he did.
Seems the Cleveland Browns aren't to excited about keeping Bryant's talents either. He had problems in college, problems in Dallas and now something's up in Cleveland, too. He just finished off a 1,000-yd season and his team doesn't want him back. I'm just saying.
The Browns are saying the the wideout wants to test free agency, and although it isn't saying so publicly, the team won't make an big effort to bring him back, the newspaper reports.