It’s not yet known whether the Pittsburgh Steelers are going to move embattled young receiver Martavis Bryant this spring. Rival reports came out Friday, the latter of which noted that Pittsburgh wasn’t actively looking to move Bryant. That came after an initial report noted the team was looking to move him. What we do know is that a plethora of teams would be interested in Bryant’s services should he be placed on the trade block. That could very well include the very same Buffalo Bills squad that reportedly attempted to acquire Bryant from Pittsburgh last season. “A late-second-rounder or low-third could help the Steelers — who have been brilliant drafting receivers for much of the last decade — identify a new vertical threat. Perhaps the Buffalo Bills, who were trying to get involved last year, could oblige,” ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reports. Ultimately, Buffalo pulled off a trade for Kelvin Benjamin with the Carolina Panthers. But with Jordan Matthews set to become a free agent, that doesn’t necessarily mean the Bills are not interested in Bryant.
Bills attempted to trade for Steelers' Martavis Bryant
Yardbarker | Feb 24