Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant will miss the entire 2016 regular season due to a suspension. With that said, he appears to be walking a straight and narrow path right now and is looking forward to resuming his career in 2017,
According to a statement released by Bryant’s agent Brian Fettner, the Steelers wide receiver is currretly living in Nevada close to his him and now has the supports in place to help him get through his trying times.
Bryant can apply for reinstatement in January and if he remains clean between now and then, there is a good chance that will ultimately happen sometime before the team reports to training camp in 2017. Being as Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon was recently reinstated by the league, Bryant definitely has hope.
Bryant, the Steelers fourth-round selection in the 2014 NFL Draft, is currently serving a one-year suspension for violation of the league’s substance abuse policy multiple times.