The second-year wideout, who was suspended for four games due to multiple violations of the NFL's substance-abuse policy, spent the last few weeks working on structuring his life and mind.
Via NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, per a source informed of Bryant's plans:
"Bryant spent 9 to 5 for the last three weeks there, living in a hotel the rest of the time. He had two counseling sessions a day. The point was to build structure and keep training."
This is good news for Bryant and the Steelers, who will need to shower backup Michael Vick with as many available weapons as possible. With Ben Roethlisberger out for at least the next month, having Bryant added into the mix next week will diversify the game plan enough to keep the pressure off Le'Veon Bell's shoulders entirely.
Bryant hopes to be the latest success story.