Martavis Bryant

#10 WR / Pittsburgh Steelers / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 211 lb Age: 24 College: Clemson Bye 11,20,21

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    Steelers' Martavis Bryant: Totals 194 yards from scrimmage on Sunday

    Bryant had a team high nine catches for 154 yards, and ran twice for 40 yards in the Steelers' loss to the Broncos on Sunday. With Antonio Brown (concussion) inactive, Pittsburgh leaned heavily on Bryant, who was targeted 15 times and totaled 194 yards from scrimmage. Bryant finished the regular season a distant second to Brown in terms of targets, yards and touchdowns, but still managed to haul in 50 of 92 targets for 765 yards and six touchdowns. He also ran for 37 yards on five carries. Bryant has now scored 16 touchdowns and caught 95 passes for 1,558 yards in 24 career games (regular and post season), but that means he has also missed 11 games over the past two years. If he can manage to play a full season in 2016, Bryant should easily exceed his production this season, making him a solid fantasy option in all formats.

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    Steelers' Martavis Bryant: Scores touchdown in playoff win

    Bryant caught 5-of-6 targets for 29 yards and a touchdown Saturday in the Steelers' win over the Bengals. Bryant also added 44 yards rushing on a spectacular end around, but his greatest highlight came on a 10-yard touchdown catch, pinning the ball on his leg then flipping over on his back as he fell out of the end zone while maintaining possession. Bryant could have an even bigger role in the Pittsburgh game plan against Denver in Week 19 with the status of Antonio Brown (concussion) uncertain.

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    Steelers' Martavis Bryant: Active Sunday

    Bryant (neck) is active for Saturday's Wild Card contest in Cincinnati, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Bryant ended a breakout campaign on a down note with two catches for six yards over the final two games, but a strained neck sidelined him for the second half of the season finale. During the Steelers' pair of division showdowns with the Bengals, he notched exactly 49 yards on both occasions, while hauling in 11 of 18 targets. However, getting called out by head coach Mike Tomlin and Ben Roethlisberger early in the week may have lit a fire under the sophomore wide receiver.

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    Steelers' Martavis Bryant: Probable for Saturday

    Bryant (neck) is listed as probable for Saturday's playoff game against the Bengals. Bryant has been a full participant through practice this week and is expected to suit up in Saturday's postseason contest. After catching just two passes for six yards over the Steelers' final two regular season outings, Bryant will need to elevate his game for the Steelers' offense to fully function.

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    Steelers' Martavis Bryant: Practices fully Wednesday

    Bryant (neck) practiced fully Wednesday. After QB Ben Roethlisberger suggested publicly Tuesday that Bryant needs to "toughen up," ESPN's Jeremy Fowler relays that the wideout indicated Wednesday that the QB's comments "woke (him) up." Given that he's practicing fully, Bryant is on track to play Saturday night against the Bengals and he's a prime bounce-back candidate this weekend, on the heels of back-to-back one-catch efforts.

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    Steelers' Martavis Bryant: Expected to practice

    Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin suggested Tuesday that Bryant (neck) will be able to practice this week, Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. "We're excited about preparing this week with Martavis and everyone else," said Tomlin. On the other hand, Tomlin said his team will begin its playoff preparation without the services of DeAngelo Williams (ankle), who seems far less likely than Bryant to play in Saturday's game against the Bengals. Bryant missed the entire second half of Sunday's win over the Browns, thus finishing with just two catches for six yards over the final two weeks of the regular season. There's been nothing to suggest that his injury is serious, but the Pittsburgh injury report still bears close watching. If Bryant ultimately sits out, which doesn't seem too likely, Markus Wheaton and Darrius Heyward-Bey would take on larger roles. Interestingly, both Tomlin and Ben Roethlisberger took thinly veiled jabs at Bryant while speaking with the media Tuesday afternoon. It's not exactly a secret that the Steelers think Bryant has the talent to be even better than he already is.

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    Steelers' Martavis Bryant: Exits with neck injury Sunday

    Bryant (neck) caught 1-of-3 targets for zero yards in Pittsburgh's win over Cleveland on Sunday. Bryant missed the entire second half of the game because of a neck strain, and now has just two receptions for six yards the last two weeks. We'll keep an eye on Bryant during practice to get a better handle on his status for the Steelers' Wild Card playoff game next week.

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    Steelers WR Martavis Bryant able to play Week 17

    Bryant (illness) is active Sunday against the Browns. Bryant missed practice Wednesday and Thursday with what was presumed to be flu-like symptoms, but was able to return to log a full day's work in Friday's session, suggesting he would be ready to suit up Sunday. Although Bryant secured just one catch on three targets in Week 16's loss to Baltimore, he'll be squaring off against a weak Cleveland pass defense that will already be without their top two cover corners. The last time Bryant lined up against the Browns, he posted a fantasy-friendly 6/178/1 line, and the conditions are certainly prime for a repeat performance.

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    Steelers' Martavis Bryant: Listed as questionable for Week 17

    Bryant (illness) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. On the plus side, Bryant returned to practice Friday after missing the previous two days, but the fact that the Steelers elected to list him as questionable suggests that those considering the wideout -- who has logged a 49/765/6 line in 10 games to date -- in Week 17 fantasy lineups will want to verify his status in advance of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff.

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    Steelers' Martavis Bryant: Misses another practice Thursday

    Bryant (illness) missed practice again on Thursday. Bryant's status for Sunday's game against the Browns is thus worth tracking, though a return to practice Friday, in some capacity, would presumably pave the way for him to suit up this weekend.

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