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Draft Scout *Martavis Bryant News
11/06/17 - WR Martavis Bryant has not received any indication what his role might be this week against the Colts, but he does believe he will play.
Bryant was benched for the Lions game because head coach Mike Tomlin did not like that he requested a trade via his social media accounts. He spent the entire week of the Lions game as a scout-team receiver. Bryant took some reps with the first-team offense Monday.
11/01/17 - WR Martavis Bryant, who made headlines for twice requesting a trade in recent weeks, was not traded by the Tuesday deadline and will remain on the roster for the second half of the season.
The question now is whether the Steelers will use him. He was not active for their game against the Lions, and he watched from the sideline as rookie JuJu Smith-Schuster was the star of the game with 193 receiving yards and a 97-yard touchdown.
10/30/17 - WR Martavis Bryant, who complained about his limited usage on social media, was inactive.
10/25/17 - WR Martavis Bryant was demoted to the scout team and is not expected to play on Sunday.
10/23/17 - WR Martavis Bryant was at it again Sunday night after the Steelers beat the Bengals.
One week after it was leaked that he had requested a trade from the Steelers, Bryant was responding to fans on social media and doubling down on his trade request. On Instagram, Bryant responded to a fan who wrote that rookie receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster is better than Bryant. "Juju is nowhere near better than me fool all they need to do is give me what I want and y'all can have juju and who ever else," Bryant wrote on Instagram, a post he later deleted. Bryant did not show up for work Monday and did not speak with reporters.