As originally reported by CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora, Bryant will practice with Seattle over the team's three-day minicamp. Bryant reportedly had a chronic knee condition that kept him out of the league the past two years. He never played a snap for the Bengals after signing a pricey free agent contract with them back in 2010.
The Seahawks certainly know how to find unexpected value in former big name receivers. No one saw Mike Williams' re-emergence coming two years ago. Bryant might be an even bigger long shot to make an impact, although not as big a longshot as Banks.
These are the kind of stories Pete Carroll likes to surround himself with.