Bryant has two cousins that have played in the National Football League, Strong safety Corey Chavous, and his cousin Raymond who played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1989-1993. Bryant also teaches at White Knoll High School and is a part of the coaching staff for the football and the track team.
In addition, Bryant is the National Correspondent for DraftNasty.com
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“Take two kids in competition for their parents love and attention. Add to that the envy that one child feels for the accomplishments of the other; the resentment that each child feels for the privileges of the other; the personal frustrations that they dont dare let out on anyone else but a brother or sister, and its not hard to understand why in families across the land, the sibling relationship contains enough emotional dynamite to set off rounds of daily explosions.”
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