Martavis Bryant and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix could be swapping teams in the next several weeks.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport recently reported that the Steelers are expected to field offers for Bryant during the NFL Combine. Pittsburgh is currently looking for help on the defensive side the ball, and would only trade Bryant if the team could get a major upgrade on the defensive side of the ball in return.

That player could be Clinton-Dix, who, like Bryant, is entering the final year of his contract.

The 21st overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft (Bryant was a fourth round pick in that year's draft), Clinton-Dix has 11 career interceptions and 25 passes defensed. He earned Pro Bowl honors in 2016 after recording five interceptions and seven passes defensed. The Packers will likely need Clinton-Dix for the 2018 season since the team has a new defensive coordinator in Mike Pettine. Also, the Packers are on the verge of losing safety Morgan Burnett to free agency and Clinton-Dix will be the most experienced safety on the roster if that's the case.