Bryant caught six passes for a team-high 178 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets in the Steelers' 30-9 win over the Browns on Sunday. Bryant got off to a rough start with just one reception for five yards with Landry Jones (ankle) at quarterback, but he quickly became a factor in the offense under Ben Roethlisberger (foot). Bryant had receptions of 44 yards and 64 yards on Pittsburgh's next two possessions, and his 32-yard touchdown catch in the final minute of the first half gave the Steelers a commanding 21-3 lead. Bryant is a must-start for the remainder of the season once the Steelers return from their Week 11 bye.
Bryant totaled 31 yards and a touchdown on three receptions in the Steelers' 38-35 win against the Raiders on Sunday. Bryant was targeted seven times, second on the team but well behind the 23 passes thrown to Antonio Brown, and could have had a bigger game had he not dropped what likely would have been an 86-yard touchdown in the second half. He now has four touchdowns in four games, and should continue to play a prominent role in the offense regardless of who is under center.
Bryant (illness) is active for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Bryant was able to practice fully on Thursday and Friday, so the illness should not be a factor in this game.
Bryant (illness) was a full participant in Friday's practice and is probable to play against the Raiders this Sunday. Bryant dealt with an illness earlier this week, but has returned as a full participant in practice both Thursday and Friday. Poised to suit up in Sunday's favorable matchup against the Raiders, Bryant could help compensate for the production lost with running back Le'Veon Bell's (knee) season-ending injury.
Bryant (illness) practiced fully Thursday. Along with top wideout Antonio Brown, Bryant is slated to serve as one of QB Ben Roethlisberger's top targets Sunday against the Raiders, in the signal-caller's second contest back from an MCL injury.
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