Bryant (Achilles) returned to practice Monday, Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic reports.
Discomfort in Bryant's Achilles forced back-to-back absences over the weekend, but his presence Monday allowed him to resume his quest for a reserve spot along the Cardinals' defensive front.
Bryant hasn't practiced in training camp due to a sore Achilles, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
On Saturday, head coach Bruce Arians relayed to Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com that Bryant's injury isn't serious, but he remained on the sideline Sunday. Because Achilles-related issues can linger for lengthy periods, Bryant likely has more of an indefinite timetable for a return than intimated by Arians.
Defensive tackle Red Bryant was cut by the Jaguars on Thursday, according to the Florida Times-Union. He was due a $500,000 roster bonus on Sunday had the team retained him. The Jaguars cleared up $4.5 million in cap space with the move.
Bryant started all 16 games last season amassing 22 total tackles, one sack and one forced fumble. The 30-year-old was expendable after the Jaguars signed Jared Odrick, formerly of the Dolphins, in free agency.
The Jaguars have released defensive tackle Red Bryant on Thursday, according to the Florida Times-Union. Bryant, 30, was due $500,000 roster bonus, which creates $4.5 million of cap space for Jacksonville. He registered 23 tackles, one sack and one forced fumble last season.
The Jaguars have signed defensive end Red Bryant a week after the Seahwaks released him in an attempt to create cap space. The deal with Jacksonville is for four years, per ESPN.
Bryant started all but one game last season and was in on 30 tackles with 1 1/2 sacks.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said the team might have a chance to re-sign receiver Sidney Rice and defensive end Red Bryant, who were released last week for a cap savings of $12.8 million.
“We’ll have to wait and see," Carroll told the Seattle Times.
The Seahawks released wide receiver Sidney Rice and defensive end Red Bryant on Friday in order to clear up some salary cap space.
The two moves will save the Seahawks $12.8 million ($7.3 million with Rice and $5.5 million with Bryant).
Rice suffered a torn ACL in 2013 and was limited to just eight games, catching 15 passes for 231 yards and three scores. Bryant, who turns 30 in April, had 31 tackles and 1.5 sacks in 15 games last season.
The Seahawks will release defensive lineman Red Bryant, saving $5.5 million in cap room, reports Fox Sports. Bryant, who turns 30 in April, had 31 tackles and 1.5 sacks in 15 games last season.
Seattle's defensive line could look a little different in 2014. USA Today has the scoop on the Seahawks' cap situation and notes that linemen Red Bryant and Chris Clemons are both candidates for a restructured salary, if not a release.
Bryant is due a $3 million roster bonus along with a $4.5 million base salary. His total cap number is $8.5 million. Clemons, 32, is due to make $7.5 million in 2014 with a $9.7 million cap number.
If the team wants to re-sign Michael Bennett and Tony McDaniel, two free agents, they'd be wise to find cap space for them.
Several Seahawks who were on the injury report are active against the Rams, including running back Marshawn Lynch, who was probable with a non-injury related matter.
Cornerback Richard Sherman (hip), safety Earl Thomas (thigh), wideout Jermaine Kearse (ankle), defensive end Red Bryant (knee), running back Derrick Coleman (shoulder), offensive tackle Russell Okung (toe), linebacker Malcolm Smith (ankle) and guard J.R. Sweezy (concussion) are all active.
The Seahawks have plenty of players on the injury report for Week 17 against the Rams, but they should be at or near full strength on the defensive side of the ball. Among the five players on the injury report, four are considered probable for Sunday's game: defensive lineman Red Bryant; defensive backs Richard Sherman (hip) and Earl Thomas (thigh); and linebacker Malcolm Smith (ankle).
Seahawks DE Red Bryant, RB Derrick Coleman, OL Russell Okung, CB Richard Sherman, LB Malcolm Smith, OL J.R. Sweezy and S Earl Thomas are probable Week 17.
Sherman has an ankle injury, but that hasn't stopped him from practicing in full all week. Thomas has a thigh injury, and practiced in full Thursday and Friday.
As expected, the following injured players we're ruled active for the Seahawks in Week 11 against the Vikings: defensive lineman Red Bryant (concussion), defensive back Kam Chancellor (hip), defensive lineman Chris Clemons (non injury related), linebacker Heath Farwell (knee), defensive lineman Bruce Irvin (shoulder), defensive back Jeron Johnson (hamstring), defensive back Jeremy Lane (thigh), defensive back Richard Sherman (knee) and defensive lineman Tony McDaniel (hamstring).
Seahawks center Max Unger and defensive end Red Bryant remain day to day with concussions, coach Pete Carroll told 710 ESPN Radio. Both players missed the Week 10 win in Atlanta.
Seattle is preparing to host Minnesota on Sunday.
The Seahawks' list of inactives for Week 10 at Atlanta includes defensive back Jeron Johnson (hamstring), running back Derrick Coleman (hamstring), offensive lineman Max Unger (concussion), offensive lineman Breno Giacomini (knee), defensive lineman Red Bryant (concussion), defensive lineman Jordan Hill (biceps) and defensive lineman Benson Mayowa. Mayowa is a healthy scratch.
Four players listed on the Friday injury report for the Seahawks have been ruled out. They are defensive end Red Bryant (concussion), running back Derrick Coleman (hamstring), defensive tackle Jordan Hill (biceps) and center Max Unger (concussion).
Tackle Breno Giacomini (knee) is doubtful, safety Jeron Johnson (hamstring) is questionable and safety Kam Chancellor (ankle), defensive end Chris Clemons (not injury related) and running back Marshawn Lynch (knee) are probable.
The Seahawks' depth along the defensive line allowed them to keep the pressure on throughout Week 7 against the Cardinals Thursday. All told, the Seahawks brought down Carson Palmer seven times, with eight players combining for sacks.
A pair of linebackers, Malcolm Smith and K.J. Wright combined for 1 1/2 sacks, while the rest came from the line. Tony McDaniel, Clinton McDonald, Michael Bennett, Chris Clemons and Cliff Avril each picked up a full sack, while Red Bryant combined for a half sack with Wright.
Six Seahawks listed as probable on the team's injury report will go Week 4.
DE Michael Bennett, CB Brandon Browner, DE Red Bryant, WR Jermaine Kearse, LB Malcom Smith and G J.R. Sweezy are active against the Texans.
The Seahawks have six defensive players listed on Friday's injury report from the defensive side of the ball, and they are expected to have four of them available for Week 4 against the Texans.
The two defenders who have been ruled out already are defensive backs Jeron Johnson (hamstring) and defensive lineman Jordan Hill (biceps). Otherwise, all players listed are probable and expected to play: defensive linemen Michael Bennett (groin) and Red Bryant (back), defensive back Brandon Browner (hamstring) and linebacker Malcolm Smith (hamstring).
Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant, who left the win over Jacksonville with back spasms, should be able to play against the Texans in Week 4, coach Pete Carroll told the Seattle Times.
“He’s got a sore back today, kind of stiff and all that, got in an awkward position and just tweaked so he’s got muscle spasms and usually those can get taken care of in three or four days so he should be all right,” Carroll said.