By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavius Bryant continues to want out of the Steel City. He told the media again on Tuesday that he wants out.
He has already requested a trade. Yet, the Steelers continue to force his hands by keeping him prior to the Oct. 31 trade deadline.
According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, he won’t re-sign with the team if he isn’t traded, or if his role doesn’t increase. He’s lost out on playing time to JuJu Smith-Schuster.
“If they don’t try to include me more and continue to do the same thing, then I want out period,” Bryant said. “By the end of whenever the trade deadline is, I mean if things don’t get better, I got to go.”
Bryant says he just wants to be happy.
“I would like for it to be here, but if not, then oh well,” he said. “Just got to move on.”
Bryant has even went on Instagram on Sunday to attack Smith-Schuster on Sunday. Then, he was reportedly “sick” on Monday when the team had mandatory team meetings.
The 25-year-old returned to the team this after after missing the entire 2016 season due to a substance abuse policy violation. He’s been used sparingly this year — and he’s not going to be a favorite target of Ben Roethlisberger’s, as long as Antonio Brown is on the roster.
Brown has 53 receptions so far this season. The next nearest receivers behind him are Jesse James and Bryant. Both have 18 receptions each.
The disgruntled wide receiver is second on the team in receiver yardage with 234. Brown leads the team with 765.
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