Martavis Bryant, Steelers receiver, was suspended for the entire 2016 season for numerous violations of the NFL’s drug policy.
The young, talented, but troubled prodigy will spend his suspension helping younger
players and teaching them the exceptions of the NFL. While the Pittsburgh Steelers are focused on the season and playing every Sunday, Bryant will be on the field every Friday in Nevada where he will be a volunteer coach for a high school, according to his agent, Thomas Santanello.
Bryant will coach receivers and assist and serve at local hospitals at least once a week during his suspension
He has missed four games this previous season for the same violations. Drug-testing violations. Leading him to counselor John Lucas.
“He’s not traveling as much. He’s with the right people. He’s stationary,” “I think he’ll be fine.” Teammate Markus Wheaton said.
Wheaton occasionally checks with Bryant and keeps in touch. Says that Martavis Bryant is in a good place.