Martavis Bryant Wants out of Pittsburgh; What Teams Make Sense for Him?

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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant has been a complete headcase and distraction for the Pittsburgh Steelers so far this season. He has 18 receptions for 234 yards receiving and a touchdown this season. Bryant didn’t get as many snaps on Sunday as JuJu Smith-Schuster did.

Bryant wants out of Pittsburgh if the Steelers don’t use him. The Steelers have no plans of trading him or suspending him at this time. Bryant also made a comment on Instagram on Sunday about Smith-Schuster and it was eventually deleted.

If Bryant gets traded, what teams make the most sense for him?

Seattle Seahawks: Russell Wilson could use another deep threat. They aren’t very deep at wide receiver. Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett, and Paul Richardson are small. Bryant would be a big red zone threat for Wilson and he has never had a true red zone threat before.

Dallas Cowboys: Dez Bryant is a good number one, but he has never had a true number two in his career before. Terrance Williams, Brice Butler, and Cole Beasley are bleh at best. Bryant would be a major upgrade at the number wo receiver spot.

Buffalo Bills: Tyrod Taylor doesn’t have a great receiving core to throw too. Bryant would stretch the field for the Bills.

Chicago Bears: Bryant is only 25 years old and Mitchell Trubisky doesn’t have a great wide receiver to throw too. He would be the number one receiver in the Bears offense and it would make it more dangerous with a solid running game.

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