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Draft Scout *Martavis Bryant News
09/18/17 - WR Martavis Bryant finished with three catches for 91 yards and a 26-yard score Sunday. Bryant found separation from cornerback Terence Newman on the crossing pattern for the first-quarter score. He also hauled in a 51-yard grab.
Bryant's touchdown was his first since Jan. 9, 2016, in a playoff game against Cincinnati.
09/06/17 - WR Martavis Bryant, who will play in a NFL game for the first time since competing in a playoff game against the Broncos in January of 2016, said he wants to become one of the dominant receivers in the league.
09/01/17 - WR Martavis Bryant was officially reinstated by the NFL on Friday to participate in regular-season practices and games. Bryant was under conditional reinstatement after missing the entire 2016 season for multiple drug violations. If he fails another drug test, it could end his NFL career. Bryant has 76 receptions for 1,314 yards and 14 touchdowns in 21 regular-season games since being drafted in the fourth round in 2014.
08/21/17 - WR Martavis Bryant played in his first NFL game in 18 months. Bryant, who missed the 2016 season on a drug suspension, had two receptions for 20 yards.
08/13/17 - WR Martavis Bryant practiced for the first time Sunday and could play Sunday Aug. 20 when the Steelers play host to the defending NFC champion Atlanta Falcons in their second preseason contest.
"He looked like Martavis," Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said. "He's a talented athlete. He's in a good condition, but that's just an element of it. Knocking the rust off, getting acclimated to football and the details associated with what requires to win at this level will be a process. It will be fun to watch him work through it."
Bryant doesn't expect it to take him very long to get into football shape.
"I'm in great shape outside of football," Bryant said. "It's different when you have people pulling on you and running with pads. I just have to come out here and run hard every day and I'll be fine."