Tucked away inside a rushing flood of draft picks Thursday night, the Oakland Raiders struck a trade for a playmaking wide receiver.
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie expects Bryant to make an immediate impact inside coach Jon Gruden's signature offense.
"He's ideal [in] what you're looking for in a receiver," McKenzie said, per the San Francisco Chronicle. "He can play big, he plays fast. And he makes plays. And we think he can be a dynamic receiver for [quarterback] Derek [Carr]."
Bryant generated big plays -- and his fair share of headaches -- in Pittsburgh, while operating as the subject of trade whispers for months on end.
Bryant, on paper, offers as much talent as any wideout league-wide. In real life, he's battled injuries and suffered suspensions. Playing in just 36 of a possible 64 games during his four-year career, the talented receiver has plenty to prove.
McKenzie, though, offered a clean slate Thursday night, saying: "We feel like we drafted Martavis Bryant."
The move adds a promising chip to Oakland's offense. It's now up to Bryant to stay on the field and deliver on his tantalizing potential.