Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant says he expects to play Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts.
“I’ve been running with the 1s today, so I assume I am,” he said. “But I haven’t been told anything. I’m just going to see what happens, come here on Wednesday and go from there.”
Per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Bryant took some snaps with the first-team offense Monday a couple of weeks after Tomlin disciplined him for his remarks on social media. Bryant was benched for the Lions game and played on the scout team in the days leading up to that game.
He also said he isn’t worried about what coach Mike Tomlin said last week, when the coach indicated that he wasn't sure if Bryant would help the team.
“It’s not my business to worry about what someone else says,” Bryant said. “Even though he’s the coach, I still have to go out and prepare and show what I’m capable of. You have to prove yourself to him. I wasn’t down on myself about what he said.”