Martavis Bryant hasn’t offered much to the Raiders offense this season. But from the sounds of it, he won’t be offering anything at all for a while.
“It’s really concerning to me right now,” Gruden said of Bryant’s injury. “It looks like his knee. It’s just hard, you’re losing Jordy Nelson and then our X receiver. It’s touch right now. It doesn’t look good, I am really concerned about him.”
Bryant left the game in the third quarter and was taken to the locker room. Shortly after Gruden mentioned the concern over Bryant’s injury, Ian Rapoport reported Bryant may have suffered a PCL tear.
#Raiders WR Martavis Bryant suffered a possible PCL tear, source said. The hope is he doesn’t end up needing surgery, but he’s going to have an MRI to determine the severity. Either way, Bryant is going to miss time. Bad news.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 12, 2018
This would likely have Bryant done for the season, but if it turns out not to require surgery, that would suggest he would be fine in the long run.
Bryant caught two passes for 29 yards in the game giving him 16 catches for 249 yards on the season.