Report: Raiders' Bryant didn't fail or miss drug test
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The Oakland Raiders may not have anything to worry about when it comes to new wide receiver Martavis Bryant after all.

A report last week indicated team officials were waiting to hear from the NFL about another potential suspension for Bryant under the league's substance abuse policy. He was previously suspended for the first four games of the 2015 season and the entirety of the 2016 campaign.

As of Wednesday, the league hasn't notified Bryant of anything, reports Vic Tafur of The Athletic. Sources told Tafur that Bryant didn't fail or miss a drug test.

Bryant was conditionally reinstated from his year-long suspension by commissioner Roger Goodell last summer. The Raiders acquired Bryant from the Pittsburgh Steelers in exchange for a third-round pick in April, but his status remains conditional.

"I've had my difficulties in my past, but I've come a long way from that. It's all about keeping the right resources around me and continuing to stay on the right path. I'm going to make sure I get that done," Bryant said following the trade.

The 26-year-old has caught 126 of 225 targets for 1,917 yards and 17 touchdowns over 36 games played.

Report: Raiders' Bryant didn't fail or miss drug test
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