Even though wide receiver Martavis Bryant hasnt played in an NFL game since 2018, he believes he can make an immediate impact for the Dallas Cowboys.
“The skys the limit for me, man,” Bryant said Wednesday, via the teams website. “I know Im 31, but still fast, still want to play football. I havent lost anything.”
The NFL suspended Bryant indefinitely for multiple violations of the leagues substance-abuse policy. Commissioner Roger Goodell recently reinstated him, and the Cowboys
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signed him on Tuesday. Bryant indicated he has learned from his mistakes and is ready to make the most of another opportunity.
“Ive been through a lot over the last few years that I havent played ball,” Bryant said. “Getting down on myself and wanting to give up on football. But at the end of the day, I had to look at myself in the mirror and face my own demons. I put the work in, and Im very proud of it.”
Bryant, a fourth-round pick in 2014, showed promise at the beginning of his career. In four seasons with the Steelers and Raiders, he logged 145 receptions for 2,183 yards and 17 TDs. While out of the league, he played in the CFL, Indoor Football League and XFL.
The Atheltics Shams Charnia and Jon Machota reported Bryant is expected to start on the practice squad before hes moved to the active roster in the coming weeks.
Its unlikely Bryant will re-emerge as a star, but he could be a serviceable wideout. He also adds much-needed depth. Outside of WR CeeDee Lamb and TE Jake Ferguson, no Cowboy has crossed the 25-reception or 300-yard mark.
If the veteran can step in and contribute immediately, that would be ideal for Dallas.