Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that while the Steelers are actively shopping WR Martavis Bryant, they’re at least listening to trade offers for him. Rapoport adds that it remains to be seen whether the Steelers would actually move in a deal. Bryant told reporters a month ago that he wants to return to Pittsburgh next season, even though he requested a trade last year, per Ray Fittipaldo. Bryant explained that he doesn’t want to start over with another team and things improved for him in the second half of season. Bryant told ESPN’s Josina Anderson (per Jeremy Fowler) back in October that unless his role in the team’s offense changed, he wanted out of Pittsburgh. “I just want to be happy, whether it’s here or it’s somewhere else. I just want to help contribute,” Bryant said, per Anderson. “I just want to be the best player that I can be on and off the field…and I want to be given the chance to be that. If it ain’t here then, so be it, then it’ll be somewhere else. But, I would like for it to be here, but if not, then oh well. Just got to move on.”