Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant knows he’s facing a sharp readjustment curve as he returns to football this summer.

Bryant missed the entire 2016 campaign while suspended for a violation of the NFL’s substance abuse policy, but is working his way back into the Steelers’ vaunted passing attack.

“It’s still going to take time,” Bryant said to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. “With the work put in, the chemistry will come back.”

Bryant caught 50 passes for 765 yards and six touchdowns during the 2015 campaign, finishing as the Steelers’ second-leading receiver behind superstar Antonio Brown.

Ahead of the upcoming season, Bryant is confident he’ll return to top form as long as he avoids further sanctions.

“All I know is with trust comes consistency,” Bryant said. “As long as I handle my business, the rest should come back. I’m not going to stress over that. I’m just going to continue to do what I’m doing.”

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