Morris: WR Antonio Bryant "looked as good as I've seen him"
It appears a little rest for Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Antonio Bryant has done him some good.
Bryant, who has missed the last two games with a lingering left knee injury that's bothered him since preseason arthroscopic surgery, returned to practice Wednesday. Though Bryant was limited, he impressed coach Raheem Morris.
"He came out there, ran around and looked as good as I've seen him," Morris said.
Bryant hadn't been practicing as both he and the Bucs decided it was best to rest his left knee and see if it would help it heal. It remains to be seen whether Bryant will play Sunday against the Saints.
In other injury news, Stylez White was back at practice, but Cadillac Williams (knee), Kellen Winslow (knee), Aqib Talib (hamstring), Byron Leftwich (right elbow) limited.
- JOE SMITH