Bryant (elbow) was waived from injured reserve Thursday according to the NFL transaction report. Bryant was placed on IR early in the preseason after suffering an elbow injury against the Giants. If now healthy, the defensive tackle is free to sign on with a new team.
Bryant (elbow) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, James Kratch of NJ.com reports. Bryant suffered his elbow injury on Monday, and the Giants immediately began working out replacements for the defensive tackle. Look for Bobby Richardson to see some extra reps now that Bryant has been shut down for the year.
Bryant is dealing with an elbow injury, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. While the severity of the injury is still somewhat murky, there are some factors that indicate Bryant could be headed to injured reserve. First, the Giants reportedly worked out a handful of potential replacements Tuesday, meaning the team is preparing for a short-term life without Bryant. Second, Giants coach Ben McAdoo admitted that the team is currently looking at other options at the position. Together, these two developments hint that Bryant could be sidelined for an extended period of time.
Bryant (shoulder) was signed by the Giants to a one-year deal Thursday, Dan Graziano of ESPN.com reports. Bryant, who has spent the past four seasons in Buffalo, was placed on IR last year with a shoulder injury after notching 11 tackles in eight games. He'll look to provide depth for a defensive tackle corps led by Damon Harrison in New York.
Bryant (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports. After being held out of Sunday's win over the Jaguars, the Bills decided to place the defensive tackle on IR, effectively ending his season. They also promoted defensive tackle DeAndre Coleman from the practice squad Tuesday. Additionally, expect Adolphus Washington and Jerel Worthy to see increased defensive snaps the remainder of the season. Bryant recorded 11 tackles in eight games with the Bills this season.