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Tagged: Martavis Bryant (43 Results)

May
10

Gruden says WR Bryant brings “different dynamic”

Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden sounds excited about new wide receiver MARTAVIS BRYANT and what he could potentially bring to the offense. Gruden also seems pleased with his overall receiving corps of JORDY NELSON, AMARI COOPER, RYAN SWITZER, and Bryant.

Source: NFL.com

Factoid: Oakland wide receivers

Perhaps lost in the excitement of the NFL Draft, the Raiders swung a trade for Martavis Bryant from the Steelers. He'll join Amari Cooper and Jordy Nelson as the team's top 3 at wide receiver. In bringing in Bryant, Oakland adds a talented, explosive deep threat who can take the top off a defense. Well, maybe.   more »

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Apr
27

Raiders trade for former Steelers WR Bryant

The Oakland Raiders traded a third-round draft pick to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night to acquire troubled wide receiver MARTAVIS BRYANT. While Bryant has shown promise in both fantasy football and the real version, he has also been suspended by the NFL in two of the past three years.

Source: East Bay Times

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Nov
25

Smith-Schuster out for Sunday night

Pittsburgh rookie wide receiver JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER has been ruled out for Sunday night’s game against the Green Bay Packers. Smith-Schuster missed practice all week with a hamstring injury suffered in Pittsburgh’sMore Week #11 game against Tennessee. With Smith-Schuster out, MARTAVIS BRYANT, ELI ROGERS, and JUSTIN HUNTER could all see more work. Less

Source: Team Website

Nov
8

Martavis Bryant to play Sunday vs. Colts

Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin said that wide receiver MARTAVIS BRYANT will play on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. Bryant was suspended last week because of comments he made on social media but it sounds like both Bryant and Tomlin are ready to move forward.

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Oct
26

Bryant will not play Sunday vs. Lions

Pittsburgh wide receiver MARTAVIS BRYANT will not play on Sunday night against the Detroit Lions due to recent use of social media that head coach Mike Tomlin deemed inappropriate. Bryant saidMore he spoke with Tomlin on Tuesday and it sounds like the player and coach are now on the same page. Unfortunately for Bryant, he will be watching Sunday night’s game just like the rest of us. Less

Source: Team Website

Oct
26

Roethlisberger making no promises to WR Bryant

Pittsburgh quarterback BEN ROETHLISBERGER thinks that wide receiver MARTAVIS BRYANT is a valuable member of the Steelers offense. That being said, Roethlisberger said on Wednesday that he will not guarantee anMore increase in targets to appease the disgruntled wideout. Bryant has been unhappy with his role and requested a trade, something that head coach Mike Tomlin said was not an option. Bryant was subsequently benched for Sunday night’s game against Detroit but when he eventually returns it sounds like there will be no special treatment. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Around the NFL: Steelers benching Bryant

Mike Tomlin apparently isn’t a believer in the adage that the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Instead of quietly telling coaches and players to be sure to get Martavis Bryant some touches this week, he is deactivating the disgruntled wide receiver.   more »

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Oct
25

Steelers have no plans to trade Bryant

Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin reiterated on Tuesday that the Steelers have no plans to trade disgruntled wide receiver MARTAVIS BRYANT. Bryant has been frustrated with his lack of production sinceMore returning from a season-long suspension last year and has reportedly asked to be traded. Fantasy owners may want to avoid the situation entirely at this point. Less

Source: NFL.com

Oct
25

Smith-Schuster in concussion protocol

Pittsburgh rookie wide receiver JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER is in the NFL’s concussion protocol following Sunday’s game against Cincinnati. Smith-Schuster has been productive this season and with fellow wideout MARTAVIS BRYANT unhappy withMore the team he has the chance to have an even larger role moving forward. The Steelers, and fantasy owners, are hoping he can clear the protocol in time for Sunday night’s game against the Detroit Lions. Less

Source: Bleacher Report

Oct
24

Pittsburgh WR Bryant skips mandatory work day

Pittsburgh wide receiver MARTAVIS BRYANT reiterated his desire to be traded and then called in sick on Monday, skipping a mandatory day of work with the team. Despite his recent actions,More the Steelers are not expected to discipline him and they have no plans to trade Bryant before the NFL’s October 31st deadline. Fantasy owners, however, may want to explore other options. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Oct
17

Steelers WR Bryant requested trade, or did he?

Despite many reports to the contrary, Pittsburgh wide receiver MARTAVIS BRYANT said Monday that he did not request to be traded and that he is “good to go”. Bryant’s playing timeMore and production has declined this season, while rookie wideout JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER continues to make strides. To date, Smith-Schuster has actually played 11 more snaps than Bryant. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Sep
2

Bryant cleared for regular-season games

Pittsburgh wide receiver MARTAVIS BRYANT has been cleared for regular-season practices and games. Fantasy owners should note, however, that Bryant has not been fully reinstated by the NFL. Although a full reinstatement is expected later in the regular season, that officially has not yet happened.

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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