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Posted: 6/14/2015 10:11pm ET
Huddle Up: Bryant was a big-play master as a rookie, averaging 21.1 yards on his 26 receptions with almost a third of them (eight) resulting in TDs. Those numbers obviously aren't likely to repeat themselves, but his targets (48) and receptions should more than double as he'll be ready to contribute from the the get-go this season.
Posted: 6/7/2015 3:38pm ET
Huddle Up: Bryant only caught 26 passes as a rookie last season but certainly made them count, averaging 21.1 yards per grab and reeling in eight TD tosses. It's not reasonable to expect that average or TD ratio to repeat themselves, but definitely expect more targets and catches and don't be surprised if he emerges as a the team's No. 2 option in back of Antonio Brown.
Posted: 1/10/2015 12:30am ET
Huddle Up: All that, and Bryant didn't play until Week 6. At 6-4, he's the red-zone target the Steelers need and serves as the perfect complement to Brown.
Posted: 11/28/2014 5:54pm ET
Huddle Up: The rookie, who's coming off his first game without a TD in the last 5 weeks, will be out there Sunday against a shaky Saints defense.
Posted: 11/18/2014 6:38pm ET
Huddle Up: Big Ben certainly was looking the rookie's way in the end zone, and Bryant came close to reeling a couple in but a down game was certainly a high probability for the receiver given his unsustainable scoring rate of late.
Posted: 11/4/2014 11:40pm ET
Huddle Up: The 6-4 Bryant isn't going to keep catching a TD on every other reception, but he definitely looks every bit the part of a No. 2 wideout and is a great complement to the speedy stud Brown. Since he became active in Week 7, all Big Ben has done is throw for 1,127 yards and 14 TDs.
Posted: 10/21/2014 2:32pm ET
Huddle Up: Bryant, a fourth-round pick out of Clemson, was targeted 5 times in the game and finished with 2 catches for 40 yards, including a 35-yard scoring reception. And "cutting into Wheaton's workload" is an understatement as he finished with nary a reception or target for the first time this season. Wheaton had only 5 catches for 50 yards in the previous 2 games, so fantasy GMs should definitely be looking at a move if they haven't already.
Posted: 10/20/2014 8:13pm ET
Huddle Up: The 6-foot-4 fourth-round pick provides a red-zone target for a team that has had more than its share of struggles inside the 20. Don't be surprised if Big Ben gives him a shot or two to make a play Monday night.
Posted: 8/29/2014 3:11pm ET
Huddle Up: Sounds like the fourth-round pick escaped serious injury, and may be able to contribute in Week 1. Monitor his progress next week.
Posted: 8/29/2014 10:14am ET
Huddle Up: No word yet on how long the injury might sideline Bryant. He had already been left in the dust by Markus Wheaton for the Steelers' WR2 spot, and any time missed will threaten his ability to carve out any sort of significant role in Pittsburgh's receiver rotation.
Posted: 8/6/2014 3:49pm ET
Huddle Up: Bryant is battling the likes of Darrius Heyward-Bey and second-year player Justin Brown to move up in the Steelers' WR rotation, and look for all the key wideouts to get ample opportunity this preseason as the team sorts out its new-look pass- catching corps.
Posted: 7/13/2014 4:08pm ET
Huddle Up: With the Steelers' other top WRs (Anonio Brown, Lance Moore and Markus Wheaton) all 5-foot-11 or shorter, the 6-4 fourth-round rookie clearly stands out among the bunch. Definitely look for him to get some regular work in the rotation unless the training-camp learning curve proves to be too steep.
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