Steelers receiver Martavis Bryant has been suspended for the first four games of the season after violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy, according to multiple reports.Bryant, 23, reportedly is appealing and hopes to hear from the league in 7-10 days. The suspension was due to marijuana use, espn.com reported."He is a young guy, and whatever the case may have been — how it happened, why it happened — he has to come to terms … and see if he can get it right," guard Raymond Foster, the team's player rep, told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on Thursday.The team will already be without running back Le'Veon Bell and center Maurkice Pouncey. Bell is suspended for the first two games for being charged with marijuana possession and DUI. Pouncey, a former Gator, is out indefinitely after having surgery for a broken fibula. MANZIEL OUT OF PRESEASON: Quarterback Johnny Manziel's will not play in the Browns' final two preseason games, including Saturday against the Bucs, because of lingering soreness in his right elbow, coach Mike Pettine said. WILSON CONFUSED? Seahawks QB Russell Wilson said he did not suffer a concussion in the NFC title game against Green Bay, a day after comments in an article in Rolling Stone indicated Wilson might have suffered a head injury. He said his comments were misunderstood. Wilson took a big hit in the first half but remained in the game and led Seattle's comeback win over the Packers. In the article, he raves about a product called Reliant Recovery Water — based in Tacoma, Wash., — of which Wilson is an investor. "I banged my head during the Packers game in the playoffs, and the next day I was fine. It was the water," he said in the article. 49ERS BOOT BROOKS: Linebacker Ahmad Brooks has been banished from the 49ers after being charged with misdemeanor sexual battery. GM Trent Baalke said he wasn't sure how long the expulsion will last or if it would be permanent. BILLS: Former FSU quarterback EJ Manuel, who has spent much of the previous weeks on the second and third teams, will start Saturday against the Steelers, coach Rex Ryan said. FALCONS: Team president Rich McKay has been reinstated as chairman of the NFL's competition committee, the league said, after a suspension for the use of artificial noise at the Georgia Dome during games. JETS: Former Bucs backup quarterback Josh Johnson, who was released by the Bengals on Tuesday, was signed. PACKERS: Defensive tackle Letroy Guion was suspended without pay for the first three games for violating the league's substance-abuse policy. He was arrested near his home in Florida in February on felony charges of drug and firearm possession. A traffic stop turned up three-quarters of a pound of marijuana, a handgun and a bag containing more than $190,000 in cash. RAVENS: Former Gators safety Will Hill signed a two-year deal. Hill, 25, was released by the Giants last year after being suspended for six games of the season, the third ban of his career.