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Red Bryant on the spot as offseason workouts begin

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The beginning of offseason workouts provides an opportunity to look at players who will enter the 2013 season with something to prove.

For the Seahawks, Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby think that player is defensive end Red Bryant, whose struggles in 2012 can at least be partly attributed to a foot injury that limited his mobility.

In the video below, Stelton and Grosby discuss what’s at stake for Bryant this year and how important he is to Seattle’s defense.

You can listen to Monday’s show here.


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