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In a stunning change of direction, Martavis Bryant wants to stay with the Steelers

In a stunning change of direction, Martavis Bryant wants to stay with the Steelers

The Steelers’ wide out has decided he doesn’t want a trade after all, and would like to come back to Pittsburgh next season. In the latest “What the...” moment with the Pittsburgh Steelers, disgruntled wide receiver Martavis Bryant, who publicly stated he wanted out of Pittsburgh at season’s end, has had a change of heart. Yes, rather than wanting to force the team’s hand by holding out and requesting a trade, Bryant told reporters in the team’s “locker clean out” media session that he wants to return. “Yes, of course,” Bryant told Joe Rutter of the Pittsburgh...

Martavis Bryant, once unhappy with role, wants to return to Steelers

His representatives requested a trade, and he spouted off about a teammate on social media, prompting a one-game benching. At midseason, wide receiver Martavis Bryant’s ...

Martavis Bryant on his Steelers’ future: ‘I’ll let everything play out in the offseason’

In some ways, Martavis Bryant’s game Sunday was a metaphor for his 2017 season. Flashes of brilliance – but overall an afterthought. And clearly not ...

Tim Benz: Le’Veon Bell needs to follow Martavis Bryant’s example

Even Martavis Bryant is in a good mood at the Steelers’ training facility this week. Smiling. Saying all right things. Towing the company line. “We’re ...
Steelers Depot Jan 5, 2018

Film Room: Martavis Bryant Making Contributions Under Radar

With Antonio Brown missing the final two and a half games of the regular season, the Pittsburgh Steelers have needed some others to step up and pick up some of the ample slack that the All-Pro left behind. Among those doing so has been Martavis Bryant, who over the course... The post Film Room: Martavis Bryant Making Contributions Under Radar appeared first on Steelers Depot by Matthew Marczi. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Steelers Depot Jan 2, 2018

Martavis Bryant Finishes 2017 On A High Note

The 2017 calendar year has been quite the roller coaster ride for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant. While the life of an NFL athlete is surely an exciting life to lead, it is tough to find an individual with a crazier year than Bryant. From being suspended, to reinstated,... The post Martavis Bryant Finishes 2017 On A High Note appeared first on Steelers Depot by Daniel Valente. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Report Card: Grading the Steelers Week 17 finale against the Browns

Report Card: Grading the Steelers Week 17 finale against the Browns

BTSC uncaps the red pens and grades the Steelers Week 17 clash with a Cleveland. With the 12-3 Steelers home on NYE to close out the schedule against the Brownies, the faculty and staff at BTSC filled out report cards based on the team's performance. Join us and see just how well they graded out. Offense: B - Valedictorian: JuJu Smith-Schuster Honor Roll: Landry Jones, Martavis Bryant, Rosie Nix, Stevan Ridley, Darius Heyward-Bey Detention: Chris Hubbard's snapping abilities, Alejandro Villanueva Jones had a good game. If it hadn't been for his having to chase snaps all over the field,...
Steelers Depot Dec 29, 2017

Film Room: Martavis Bryant Combines Athleticism And Technique For Catch Of The Day

There’s no question it’s been a trying year for Martavis Bryant. Lack of playtime, the drama of wanting to be traded, you all know the story. But it’s gotten better lately and Monday’s win over Houston was a strong game. When Bryant is successful, he’s focused on the details and... The post Film Room: Martavis Bryant Combines Athleticism And Technique For Catch Of The Day appeared first on Steelers Depot by Alex Kozora. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
PFF shines light on Steelers offensive line in Week 16, but their dominance has been a season-long trend

PFF shines light on Steelers offensive line in Week 16, but their dominance has been a season-long trend

The Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line was dominant in Week 16, but this hasn’t been a one-game trend by the unit. The Pittsburgh Steelers have a dynamic offense riddled with superstars at every turn. Ben Roethlisberger, Le’Veon Bell, Antonio Brown, Martavis Bryant and even JuJu Smith-Schuster. All have a big-play ability few teams possess, but what truly galvanizes this offense is none other than the hogs up front. The offensive line. The Steelers’ offensive line has been tremendous all season, but especially in Week 16 against the Houston Texans. The folks at Pro Football Focus...
Steelers Depot Dec 28, 2017

Film Room: Martavis Bryant Has Eyes On The Prize

The Pittsburgh Steelers have been waiting for well over a year to see the deep-play threat of Martavis Bryant back on the field. If the past two weeks are any indication, then perhaps we have finally reached that point. The third-year player has catches on deep passes for 35-plus yards... The post Film Room: Martavis Bryant Has Eyes On The Prize appeared first on Steelers Depot by Matthew Marczi. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Steelers Report Card: Grading the Steelers Week-16 holiday victory in Houston

Steelers Report Card: Grading the Steelers Week-16 holiday victory in Houston

BTSC uncaps the red pens and grades the Steelers’ Week-16 Christmas Day contest against the Texans. With the 11-3 Steelers traveling to Houston to face Bob McNair's Texas team, the faculty and staff at BTSC filled out report cards based on the team's win and first-round bye clincher. Join us and see just how well they graded out. Offense: A JuJu was electric and Juice was sweet, but Ben was the man. Valedictorian: Ben Roethlisberger Honor Roll: Le'Veon Bell, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Justin Hunter, Martavis Bryant, Chris Boswell Detention: Nobody Defense: A- Defense was swarming and the...
Steelers Depot Dec 25, 2017

2017 Week 16 Steelers Vs Texans Live Update And Discussion Thread – Second Half

In what was arguably one of the most dominating halves by the Steelers all season, they had 203 total yards to the Texans 108. Big Ben threw for 149 yards and a touchdown and Le’Veon Bell accounted for 75 total yards. Martavis Bryant also caught 3 passes for 60 yards.... The post 2017 Week 16 Steelers Vs Texans Live Update And Discussion Thread – Second Half appeared first on Steelers Depot by Parker Abate. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

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