Steelers WR Martavis Bryant posts encouraging message on Twitter
Martavis Bryant has mostly kept quiet during his year long suspension away from the NFL and the Pittsburgh Steelers. But this past Friday, Bryant posted an encouraging
Martavis Bryant has mostly kept quiet during his year long suspension away from the NFL and the Pittsburgh Steelers. But this past Friday, Bryant posted an encouraging message that seems to imply that his suspension is going quite well.
Bryant, who also welcomed the birth of his first son earlier this offseason, posted that he is back up to his playing weight, as Pittsburgh's receiver is apparently training and ready for his comeback.
Got my weight back up 220 solid and still progressing until I return I will remain silent don't doubt Gods creation.— Martavis Bryant (@ThaBestUNO) October 14, 2016
Bryant is reportedly spending his days in Nevada, living close to his agent, Brian Fettner, who said that his client is "heartbroken" that he is not trying to help the Steelers beat the Patriots this Sunday in Heinz Field.
"He's doing great. He's taking everything seriously and living with his trainer, half a mile from his agent, surrounded by the right people," Fettner said in July. "He's heartbroken that he's not allowed to play, but we are where we are and he's to not let it happen again."
One of Bryant's other representatives, Thomas Santanello, confirmed that Bryant is an assistant coach on a Nevada era high school team. He's also training five days a week at Van Hook Sports Performance, as Bryant continues to make strides both on and off the field.
"He's as focused as I've seen him in a while," Santanello said. "He's keeping very busy. He enjoys working with kids."
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