Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Antonio Bryant not sure if he'll play Sunday
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Antonio Bryant (knee) said he's still not sure if he'll play Sunday against the Dolphins.
"That's not up to me - It's not my decision," he said. "I do what I'm supposed to do."
Bryant missed Sunday's game against the Packers and hasn't practiced since last Thursday, due to a left knee injury has lingered since preseason arthroscopic surgery. Bryant said the knee hasn't gotten worse, it's just swollen, and they've decided to give it some rest, to see if it will help it heal.
"We're just doing all the little things, because I never really sat out with it, I've always kind of been mobile, always been playing around," Bryant said. "I've just always been mobile, never really sat down and gave it the time to rest or heal. That's kind of what we did, what we decided to do."
Bryant said the game against New England was "probably the best I've felt, game-wise." "The best I've been able to be mobile," he said. "But for the most part, I go out there when I can, every Sunday and do what I'm supposed to do. That's all I can do."
-- JOE SMITH