Earlier today, we noted that Antonio Bryant is visitng Cincinnati. Joe Reedy tweeted about 30 minutes ago that Bryant was in Cincinnati. About an hour ago it was reported that Terrell Owens would be visiting Cincinnati tomorrow. Is Cincinnati going to sign both receivers? Probably not.
Receiver Terrell Owens is visiting the Bengals, too, a league source has confirmed. (Adam Schefter of ESPN reported it first; we're not sure why we still bend over backwards to mention that when so few of the other media companies simply say "confirmed" and nothing more.)
Receiver Chad Ochocinco has been actively lobbying the Bengals to sign Owens, and quarterback Carson Palmer recently expressed approval of such a move, too.
At a minimum, it'll be almost as awkward as the first shower-room encounter between Patrick Willis and David Carr if Bryant ends up joining the Bengals instead of Owens.
But it sure would be interesting to see what will happen with both receivers in town. We've extensively discussed preferences between T.O. and Bryant and Brandon Marshall. We should find out soon enough what the future holds for Carson Palmer and the receiving corps.
In other FA news, the Browns traded for QB Seneca Wallace and former Browns CB Leigh Bodden will remain in New England and not sign with Pittsburgh, probably good news for Chad Ochocinco.
No word on Chris Baker's visit today as of now.