Veteran starting defensive end Jeff Bryant, the Seattle Seahawks last holdout, finally reported to the NFL team Wednesday and signed a reported $1.2 million contract.

He was missing for 41 days and was absent for all of the Seahawks training camp.Although president Mike McCormack did not announce terms of Bryant's contract, the seven-year veteran from Clemson said he signed a one-year contract with an option year in 1989. The contract reportedly will pay him $1.2 million in base salary and roster bonuses for two seasons. The 6-foot-5, 268-pound Bryant reportedly earned $450,000 last season.