So the Bengals need a wide receiver. No, it's true. And of those receivers, much is being made about Terrell Owens and the unlikely scenario that the Bengals trade away their 21st overall pick so they can have the honor to pay Brandon Marshall between $50-60 million.
Antonio Bryant has been mentioned with the Bengals, but mostly, we suspect, as a result that the class of available receivers is dwindling, considering that Bryant's production isn't that much more impressive than Laveranues Coles.
However, of all of the wide receivers, it's Bryant that will visit the team first, writes Joe Reedy. Our daily Good Guy Advise from Cincy Jungle: Don't read too much into it yet other than saying hello.