Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Antonio Bryant, who has been held out of the teams past two games with a lingering knee issue, after he underwent surgery during training camp to repair the troublesome knee, is expected to see action against the New Orleans Saints this Sunday reports Steve Wyche, of NFL.com, citing league sources. The ailment also cost Bryant a third game earlier in the season against the Bills in week 2. Bryant, 28, has 16 receptions for 229 yards and two touchdowns in six games this season. It would mark the first time rookie quarterback Josh Freeman has had his number one target available to him on game days.
Bryant Expected To Make Return Against Saints
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