Raiders bring Bryant back less than 2 weeks after release
Sep. 12, 2018
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — Two days after their passing game went flat in the second half of a season-opening loss, the Oakland Raiders have brought back wide receiver Martavis Bryant.
Bryant, who was with the Raiders in training camp after being acquired in a trade from Pittsburgh before getting released on the final day of roster cutdowns, signed a one-year contract and rejoined the team for practice Wednesday.
Coach Jon Gruden said it's possible Bryant could play Sunday in Denver.
The Raiders need all the help they can get after their offense sputtered and eventually stalled in a 33-13 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
Quarterback Derek Carr passed for 303 yards and one touchdown but most of that came in the first half.
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