WR - FA
Suspended WR Martavis Bryant is unlikely to play in 2020, per Ian Rapaport of the NFL Network. He has not applied for reinstatement from his indefinite suspension, but still hopes to play.
Multiple teams have inquired about Bryant whom missed of all of 2019. He was was indefinitely suspended by the league for violating the terms of his conditional reinstatement from a previous ban. Bryant needs to apply for reinstatement and hopes to play in 2020. "More work needs to be done and Bryant playing in 2020 seems unlikely at this time," said Rapoport. Bryant will need clearance from the NFL before signing a contract. He will be 28-years old next season. There are teams reportedly interested, Bryant could get another shot in the NFL in the near future.
Former Steelers and Raiders WR Martavis Bryant has officially applied for reinstatement into the NFL.
Bryant played eight games with the Raiders in 2018 before being indefinitely suspended for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Before playing in Oakland, Bryant played three seasons in Pittsburgh. The former 2014 fourth-round pick out of Clemson will look to show the NFL that he’s clean and willing to stay that way. Bryant in his career has 145 catches for 2,183 yards and 17 TDs. Until he gets officially reinstated and signed by an NFL team, he’s probably not even worthy of a roster spot in the deepest of fantasy leagues. Let’s see if Bryant can first be officially reinstated by commissioner Roger Goodell.
Martavis Bryant has been suspended indefinitely by the NFL for once again violating the league's substance abuse policy.
Bryant is currently on IR and will be a free agent after the end of the season, but it's very likely that he's done as an NFL player at this point. The move was always a concern this season, and it finally came to fruition. If he wasn't already, Bryant can be dropped in all formats.
Martavis Bryant has been placed on IR with his knee injury, ending his season.
It was certainly not the season Bryant or his owners hoped for entering the year. The Raiders traded a third-round pick for his services, but he was ultimately cut before being re-signed. The team has been a trainwreck overall, and Bryant will have an opportunity to leave via free agency this offseason. Given his track record, he's worth a stash in deep dynasty leagues to see if he can catch on with another team, even with another suspension looming.
Martavis Bryant has been ruled out for Week 12's contest against the Ravens due to a knee injury.
Bryant also missed Week 11, and he'll remain sidelined by the knee injury. He should have an opportunity to be a primary target once he's able to return due to process of elimination, but given the state of the offense that doesn't mean he'll be fantasy relevant.