Bryant had two years left on his contract. The team confirmed the move.
Turning 44 in May, Bryant continues to be a reliable, big-legged booter, converting 20 of 21 field goal attempts, with a long of 57 yards, and 33 of 35 extra points in 2018. As one of the best kickers in the entire NFL, the only question mark with the aging veteran would be health, after he missed three games with a hamstring injury.
With a dearth of reliable veteran kickers throughout the NFL, Bryant should have no trouble finding a landing spot to continue his pro career.