College: Clemson | 4 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 210 lbs
Birth Date: 12/20/1991
Depth Chart: WR2.1
2018 Bye Week: 7
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 WR
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Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant had a very modest stat line in Sunday's loss to the Seahawks. This game was in London, but that didn't change the fact the Raiders have been struggling on offense in the past few weeks. Bryant ended with only two catches for 18 yards and is still searching for his first touchdown of the season. He will continue to make a fringe fantasy option, as he doesn't have a large role in the offense.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant (illness) is active for Week 6 in London against the Seahawks. Bryant will play in a game in which he could break out as the deep threat for the Oakland offense. However, Bryant remains more of a boom/bust WR4/flex option in standard-scoring leagues. His presence limits the upside of all-or-nothing wideout Amari Cooper. Wide receiver Brandon LaFell and running back Deandre Washington continue to be healthy scratches.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant (flu) is dealing with the flu but is cautiously optimistic about playing in London against the Seahawks. Bryant was added to the Week 6 injury report and is questionable to play. Bryant had his best game of the season with three catches on three targets for 91 yards in the blowout loss to the Chargers. The 26-year-old is a deep threat and is a boom/bust WR4/flex if he plays. If he's out, it'll raise the ceilings Amari Cooper, Jordy Nelson and Jared Cook.
Oakland Raiders WR Martavis Bryant (illness) was added to the injury report Saturday, Oct. 13, because of an illness. He is considered questionable for Week 6's game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Fantasy Spin: Bryant has 12 receptions through four games and is still looking for his first touchdown of the year despite racking up a season-high 91 yards versus the Chargers in Week 5. If he is active this week, he's worthy of consideration as a flex option in deeper fantasy leagues.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant is still looking for his first big game of the season, which could come this Sunday versus the Seahawks in London. Bryant has posted more receiving yards each week he has played this season, but yet to reach the end zone. Bryant is known for his downfield threat, which should match up nicely against the Seahawks, who allowed three passes of 22 yards or more last week versus the Rams.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant posted his best stat line of the season this Sunday versus the Chargers. He ended with three catches for 91 yards, which was the highest on the team. That gave him an average reception of 31 yards, showing that downfield threat he was known for with the Steelers. He has yet to find the end zone this season but is showing he is just one big play away from getting there.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant is still looking for his breakout game of the season, which could come this Sunday versus the Chargers. Bryant dropped what would've been a long touchdown last week and hasn't been able to show his downfield talent. He is only playing on 43% of the snaps this season, so certainly not a consistent fantasy option, but makes sense from a DFS perspective, as this game has an over-under set at 53.5.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant came away with a season-high in receiving yards versus the Browns. Bryant finished with three receptions for 51 yards, but no touchdowns. He dropped what would be a 50+ yard touchdown, as he fell right on the goal line and dropped the ball. He is known for his big play ability, so if he has plays being drawn up for him, he will always have fantasy upside from big plays.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant is looking for his first big game of the season this Sunday versus the Browns. Bryant wasn't with the Raiders for the first game of the year, but since joining them, he has posted only six catches for 60 yards and no touchdowns. He has always been known for his deep-play ability but that has yet to truly shine through this season.
Oakland Raiders Martavis Bryant had a very unproductive game in Sunday's loss versus the Dolphins. He ended with only two catches for 30 yards on five targets, with no touchdowns. Despite this being week 3, this was only the second game for Bryant, as he was signed after week 1. He is known for his downfield, big-play ability, but with him as the clear number three receiver, his chances and fantasy value are truly limited as of now.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant is set for his second game of the season this Sunday versus the Dolphins. Bryant resigned with the Raiders prior to week two but still put up a good performance with four catches on four targets for 30 yards but no touchdown. He is the clear number three receiver for the Raiders and will be facing a tough opponent, as the Dolphins have the 5th DVOA against the pass.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant had a strong game versus the Broncos, in what was his first game of the season. Bryant ended with four catches for 30 yards and no touchdowns. He only rejoined the Raiders this past week, after being released at the end of the preseason. Bryant still may face a suspension due to the league drug policy, but that has yet to be determined.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant will be allowed to play while his year-long suspension is under appeal, according to sources. His camp is confident that he has a chance to win the appeal, too, which is expected to be heard in the next couple of weeks. Oakland re-signed Bryant this week after releasing him on Sept. 1. Bryant might help stretch the field for the Raiders offense while he appeals his suspension, but he's at best a WR5 boom-or-bust fantasy option in deeper leagues. The possibility of a year-long suspension also makes him less attractive off the waiver wire.
Oakland Raiders WR Martavis Bryant will be allowed to play while his year-long substance-abuse suspension is under appeal, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Sunday, Sept. 16.
Fantasy Spin: Bryant was re-signed after the Raiders' Week 1 loss, and his appeal could take a few weeks to decide. In the meantime, though, Bryant is best left out of fantasy lineups until there's an idea on how much he might be used.
Updating previous reports, Oakland Raiders WR Martavis Bryant's one-year deal is worth a prorated portion of his $1.907 million base salary, which means he receives $112,176 per week he's on the roster.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Martavis Bryant, who was re-signed on Tuesday, says he'll be ready for Week 2 against the Broncos. Bryant was a disaster in training camp and was outplayed by practice squad players. He should help Oakland's offense stretch the field, but quarterback Derek Carr has proved inept at connecting with his receivers deep down the field in the last year-plus. With Bryant also facing the possibility of a year-long suspension for substance abuse, he's not a very attractive fantasy pickup.
Oakland Raiders WR Martavis Bryant has the confidence of head coach Jon Gruden after re-signing with the team Tuesday, Sept. 11. 'He's a guy who has proven he can go up and get the deep ball in contested situations,' Gruden said of Bryant. 'He can run away from you. He can make you miss. He can make big plays down the field. We're hoping we can bottle up where he is now. He's in a great place. He has a great state of mind. We'll see what happens.'
Fantasy Spin: Bryant is expected to play Sunday against the Denver Broncos, but there's also the possible ESPN-reported yearlong substance-abuse suspension looming in the background for the talented but troubled receiver. In short, don't bother rostering Bryant unless you're desperate for a deep-league flier in Week 2.
Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said he thinks wide receiver Martavis Bryant, who the team re-signed on Tuesday, can be a difference-maker for the team. Well, I think one of the reasons he was outperformed was he was inconsistently available, Gruden said. He was sick, he had lingering problems. But I think he's in a really good place right now ... and when he's in a really good place, he can be a really good player in this league. He's proven that. Bryant is a deep threat that could open up underneath routes for both Amari Cooper and Jordy Nelson, but Bryant is still facing a possible year-long suspension for a violation of the NFL's substance-abuse policy. It's unclear what Bryant's role will be in Week 2 against the Broncos or if he'll even be active, so fantasy owners can avoid him for now.
Free-agent wide receiver Martavis Bryant was at the team's facility on Tuesday and is talking with the team about a return, according to sources. It has been rumored that Bryant is facing a year-long suspension, but nothing is official yet. After Amari Cooper and Jordy Nelson combined for four catches in Week 1 against the Rams, the Raiders may realize they need Bryant, at least before a possible suspension is handed down. Bryant may be a speculative add in deeper leagues if he's signed, but a potential suspension clouds his long-term outlook.
Updating a previous report, free-agent WR Martavis Bryant (Raiders) is officially signing a one-year deal with the Oakland Raiders Tuesday, Sept. 11, according to a source. Financial terms were not disclosed.