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Steelers’ George Pickens Reportedly Upset With Kenny Pickett More Than Anything Else.

Steelers' George Pickens Reportedly Upset With Kenny Pickett More Than  Anything Else | Yardbarker

The Pittsburgh Steelers locker room has always had some sort of drama since Head Coach Mike Tomlin took the reins in 2007. Despite two Super Bowl appearances and one victory, there have often been characters in the building that drum up a conversation off the field. It was believed that the headaches were finally gone after General Manager Omar Khan traded Chase Claypool to the Chicago Bears in 2022, but the guy that took his snaps and job away isn’t proving to be a team player a year later. Wide receiver, George Pickens has consistently shown frustration on the field despite the team being victorious.

The frustration for Pickens is mounting, especially since wideout, Diontae Johnson returned from a stint on Injured Reserve with a hamstring injury. Johnson has secured 20 catches for 254 yards and a touchdown since Week 7 while Pickens has only hauled in eight passes for 128 yards and a score in the same timeframe. The last two contests have been especially upsetting for him, as he has only three receptions for 21 yards.

Mark Kaboly, a Steelers insider for The Athletic, joined Andrew Fillipponi and Chris Mueller on their popular radio show, The PM Team w/Poni & Mueller, and wasn’t sold on the idea of Pickens being upset with Offensive Coordinator Matt Canada. Kaboly was asked who he thinks that Pickens is more mad at, and as it turns out, there might be some internal problems going on when it comes to quarterback, Kenny Pickett and Pickens.

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NFL Reinstates Former Steelers WR Martavis Bryant.

Report: NFL reinstates former Steelers WR Martavis Bryant | Yardbarker

The former Pittsburgh Steelers speedster is attempting a comeback.

PITTSBURGH — Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martvavis Bryant is attempting an NFL comeback after the league reinstated him following a lengthy suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

Bryant has been out of the league since 2018 due to multiple suspensions for failed drug tests. The Steelers’ former fourth-round pick spent the 2014-2017 seasons in Pittsburgh, catching 126 passes for 1,917 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Bryant was traded from the Steelers to the Raiders after the 2017 season in exchange for a third-round pick. They used that draft pick to select quarterback Mason Rudolph and then used their own selection to draft offensive tackle Chukwuma Okorafor. Both players are still on the roster.

Bryant most recently played in the CFL and XFL but will attempt a comeback and, according to Pelissero, is receiving interest from multiple teams around the league.

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