Martavis Bryant

Dallas Cowboys
Wide Receiver #10
Dallas Cowboys
Wide Receiver #10

Personal

Age 32
Birthdate December 20, 1991
Height 6'4"
Weight 211 lb

Draft

College Clemson
Year 2014
Pick Round: 4, Overall: 118
Team PIT

Fantasy Value

Martavis Bryant's fantasy value is measured by the players he could be traded for. Our trade analzyer estimates his value at 0 points.

Martavis Bryant is projected for 0.0 fantasy points in PPR scoring this week as he faces the Atlanta Falcons.

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Catches Yards Touchdowns
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Martavis Bryant: Martavis Bryant To Work Out For Commanders

Veteran free-agent wide receiver Martavis Bryant is scheduled to work out for the Washington Commanders on Wednesday, according to a source. Bryant was released last week by the Dallas Cowboys, whose former defensive coordinator is now the head coach for the Commanders. The former fourth-round pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2014 out of Clemson has had his NFL career ruined by off-the-field issues that have led to suspensions, and he hasn't appeared in an NFL game since 2018 with the Raiders. The 32-year-old would merely serve as receiver depth heading into training camp and the postseason in Washington behind the likes of Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson, rookie Luke McCaffrey, Dyami Brown and others if he were to sign with the Commanders. In four NFL seasons, Bryant has caught 145 passes for 2,183 yards and 17 touchdowns in 44 games (18 starts).

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Player Stats

YEAR TM GM Receiving Rushing
REC TGT % YDS TD YPC ATT YDS YPC TD FUM
2014 PIT 16 26 48 54.2 549 8 21.1 3 12 4.0 0 0
2015 PIT 11 50 92 54.3 765 6 15.3 5 37 7.4 1 1
2016 PIT 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2017 PIT 16 50 84 59.5 603 3 12.1 6 22 3.7 0 0
2018 LV 12 19 27 70.4 266 0 14.0 3 23 7.7 0 1

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Martavis Bryant Biography

Childhood and High School

Raised in South Carolina by his mother, Roberta Bryant, Martavis Bryant was recruited in the 9th grade by Clemensen University at Calhoun Falls High School.

College

Bryant attended Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Virginia for one year, to pass NCAA eligibility standards. Rated 10th best wide receiver recruit in the U.S., Bryant's four-star rankng promoted his recruitment as the Clemson Tiger's wide receiver. Bryant's unofficial 40 time with the TIgers was 4.34.

2014 NFL Draft

Selected for the NFL Draft Scouting Combine, in the fourth round by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bryant ranked 118th overall.  He signed a four-year contract worth $2.659 million salary, with a $439,220 guarantee,  and a $439,220 bonus at signing 9 October 2014.

2014 Rookie Season

As a rookie, Bryant experienced a preseason, mild A/C sprain before the first game. Activated Week 7, Bryant went up against the Houston Texans with a 35-yard touchdown, and two catches for 40-yards. In a game against the Indianapolis Colts on 26 October 26, 2014, he attained a season-high five catch at 83-yards, with two receiving touchdowns resulting in a 51-34 game victory.

Bryant received his first career start 2 November 2014. Ending the game with three receptions at 44 receiving yards, and two touchdown receptions, he solidified his place as part of the Steelers top performing rookies. By Week 10 in a game against the New York Jets, Bryant caught four receptions, for a season-high of 143-yards, followed by a 80-yard touchdown catch.

The game marked the sixth touchdown out of Bryant's first four games, establishing his career with a record score of consecutive touchdown receptions for any player in the first four games in the League. At the end of his rookie season, Bryant had a total of twenty-six catches at 549 receiving yards, and eight touchdown receptions out of ten matches, with three of those games beings starts.

2015 NFL Season

During the 2015 NFL Season, Bryant was suspended for the first four games for substance abuse. While at a rehabilitation center in Houston, Bryant underwent treatment for his condition. On 18 October, 2015. he made his debut, reigning victorious for the Pittsburg Steelers in a game against the Arizona Cardinals, when he caught six passes and scored two touchdowns.  His second game 25 October 2015 with the Kansas City Chiefs, Bryant managed to catch three receptions, and a touchdown reception.

Bryant attained a season high with six catches and a 64-yard touchdown at a Week 10 match against the Cleveland Browns. By 13 December 2015, he caught seven receptions for a total of 49-yards, in a 33-20 victory over the Bengals, followed by a  Week 15, ten catch for 87-yards, 34-27 win against the Denver Broncos. 

One of the major highlights of the 2015 season, Bryant's vertical flip for a win performance, in response to a pass thrown by Roethlisberger in the endzone, culminated the Steelers taking the wild card win with a final score of 18-16 on 9 January 2016. 

2016 NFL Season

Suspended for the entire 2016 NFL season for violation of the League's substance abuse policy on March 14, 2016, Bryant was out of commission for the year. 

Personal Life

Bryant the father of daughters, Brooke and London.