Martavis Bryant officially applies for reinstatement into the NFL
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.