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Martavis Bryant
WR #10
Height:
6-4
Weight:
211
Age:
24
College:
Clemson
Hometown:
Calhoun Falls, SC
Experience:
3
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 76 1,314 17.3 94 14 8 49 6.1 13 1 1 1
2015 PIT 11 5 50 765 15.3 88T 6 5 37 7.4 13 1 1 1
2014 PIT 10 3 26 549 21.1 94T 8 3 12 4 9 0 -- --
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
6 ARI W 25-13 6 137 22.8 88 2 1 8 8 8 0 -- --
7 @KC L 13-23 3 45 15 19 1 1 13 13 13 0 -- --
8 CIN L 10-16 4 49 12.3 21 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
9 OAK W 38-35 3 31 10.3 15 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
10 CLE W 30-9 6 178 29.7 64 1 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
12 @SEA L 30-39 5 69 13.8 40 0 1 11 11 11 1 -- --
13 IND W 45-10 4 114 28.5 68 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
14 @CIN W 33-20 7 49 7 18 0 1 1 1 1 0 -- --
15 DEN W 34-27 10 87 8.7 15 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
16 @BAL L 17-20 1 6 6 6 0 1 4 4 4 0 -- --
17 @CLE W 28-12 1 0 -- 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

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PRO (21-8/3-2): Martavis Bryant was the recipient of the Joe Greene Great Performance Award in 2014, given annually to the team’s top rookie…originally drafted by the Steelers in the fourth round (118thoverall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.

2015 (11-5/2-2): Martavis Bryant recorded single-season career highs in receptions (50) and receiving yards (765)…set a Steelers’ record by recording 14 total touchdowns in his first 16 career games…activated to the team’s 53-man roster on October 13, 2015…suspension lifted on October 6, 2015…placed on the team’s Reserve/Suspended List on September 4, 2015.

  • 10/18 vs. Arizona: Led the team in receptions (6), receiving yards (137) and receiving touchdowns (2)…marked his third-career 100-yard game during the regular season and his third career multi-touchdown game during the regular season…his first touchdown was an eight-yarder and his second was an 88-yarder, which is tied as the eighth-longest pass play in team history…has 10 receiving touchdowns in his first 11 regular-season games (only four players in NFL history had more touchdowns in their first 11 games)…is the second player in NFL history with two touchdowns off at least 88 yards in each of his first two NFL seasons…became the 10th player in Steelers history to have 10 or more touchdown receptions in his first two seasons with the team.
  • 10/25 at Kansas City: Totaled 45 receiving yards, including a 19-yard touchdown…has recorded at least one receiving touchdown in his last three games played…now has 11 receiving touchdowns in his first 12 career games, becoming the sixth player in NFL history with 11 or more touchdown catches in a player’s first 12 career games.
  • 11/8 vs. Oakland: Caught a 14-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to give Pittsburgh a 28-21 lead.
  • 11/15 vs. Cleveland: Totaled a career-high 178 receiving yards on six receptions…marked his fourth career 100-yard game…had three receptions of at least 30 yards, including a 32-yard touchdown in the second quarter…his 145 receiving yards set a career-mark for most in receiving yards in the first half of a game…his 13 touchdowns in his first two seasons with the team are tied for the fourth-most in Steelers’ history.
  • 11/29 at Seattle: Recorded 69 receiving yards…reached the 1,000-yard career receiving mark on his 51st career reception, the third-fewest among active players…added an 11-yard touchdown run, his first career rushing touchdown…became the first Steelers’ WR since Hines Ward in 2004 to record a rushing touchdown.
  • 12/6 vs. Indianapolis: Recorded his fifth career 100-yard game, registering 114 yards on four receptions…recorded a 68-yard touchdown…has scored a touchdown in four straight games, matching a career-long streak (2014, Weeks 7-10).
  • 12/20 vs. Denver: Set a career-high with 10 receptions.
  • AFC Wild Card Game 1/9 at Cincinnati: Caught a 10-yard touchdown pass…has recorded at least one touchdown pass in his first two postseason games…recorded a 44-yard run in the third quarter, a career playoff long.
  • AFC Divisional Playoff 1/17 at Denver: Led all players with personal single-game postseason bests in receptions (9), receiving yards (154) and yards from scrimmage (194)…set a Steelers’ single-game postseason record with 194 scrimmage yards and became just the third Steelers’ wide receiver to reach 150 scrimmage yards in a postseason game…his 154 receiving yards were the third-most in a single postseason game in Steelers’ history, and his nine receptions are tied for the seventh-most in a single game in Steelers’ postseason history…added a 40-yard run in the first quarter, his second consecutive postseason game with a run of at least 40 yards…became the first wide receiver in NFL history to have a 40-yard run in two straight playoff games…became the first Steeler since Merril Hoge (1989 postseason) to record a run of at least 40 yards in two straight playoff games.

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PRO (21-8/3-2): Martavis Bryant was the recipient of the Joe Greene Great Performance Award in 2014, given annually to the team’s top rookie…originally drafted by the Steelers in the fourth round (118thoverall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.

2015 (11-5/2-2): Martavis Bryant recorded single-season career highs in receptions (50) and receiving yards (765)…set a Steelers’ record by recording 14 total touchdowns in his first 16 career games…activated to the team’s 53-man roster on October 13, 2015…suspension lifted on October 6, 2015…placed on the team’s Reserve/Suspended List on September 4, 2015.

  • 10/18 vs. Arizona: Led the team in receptions (6), receiving yards (137) and receiving touchdowns (2)…marked his third-career 100-yard game during the regular season and his third career multi-touchdown game during the regular season…his first touchdown was an eight-yarder and his second was an 88-yarder, which is tied as the eighth-longest pass play in team history…has 10 receiving touchdowns in his first 11 regular-season games (only four players in NFL history had more touchdowns in their first 11 games)…is the second player in NFL history with two touchdowns off at least 88 yards in each of his first two NFL seasons…became the 10th player in Steelers history to have 10 or more touchdown receptions in his first two seasons with the team.
  • 10/25 at Kansas City: Totaled 45 receiving yards, including a 19-yard touchdown…has recorded at least one receiving touchdown in his last three games played…now has 11 receiving touchdowns in his first 12 career games, becoming the sixth player in NFL history with 11 or more touchdown catches in a player’s first 12 career games.
  • 11/8 vs. Oakland: Caught a 14-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to give Pittsburgh a 28-21 lead.
  • 11/15 vs. Cleveland: Totaled a career-high 178 receiving yards on six receptions…marked his fourth career 100-yard game…had three receptions of at least 30 yards, including a 32-yard touchdown in the second quarter…his 145 receiving yards set a career-mark for most in receiving yards in the first half of a game…his 13 touchdowns in his first two seasons with the team are tied for the fourth-most in Steelers’ history.
  • 11/29 at Seattle: Recorded 69 receiving yards…reached the 1,000-yard career receiving mark on his 51st career reception, the third-fewest among active players…added an 11-yard touchdown run, his first career rushing touchdown…became the first Steelers’ WR since Hines Ward in 2004 to record a rushing touchdown.
  • 12/6 vs. Indianapolis: Recorded his fifth career 100-yard game, registering 114 yards on four receptions…recorded a 68-yard touchdown…has scored a touchdown in four straight games, matching a career-long streak (2014, Weeks 7-10).
  • 12/20 vs. Denver: Set a career-high with 10 receptions.
  • AFC Wild Card Game 1/9 at Cincinnati: Caught a 10-yard touchdown pass…has recorded at least one touchdown pass in his first two postseason games…recorded a 44-yard run in the third quarter, a career playoff long.
  • AFC Divisional Playoff 1/17 at Denver: Led all players with personal single-game postseason bests in receptions (9), receiving yards (154) and yards from scrimmage (194)…set a Steelers’ single-game postseason record with 194 scrimmage yards and became just the third Steelers’ wide receiver to reach 150 scrimmage yards in a postseason game…his 154 receiving yards were the third-most in a single postseason game in Steelers’ history, and his nine receptions are tied for the seventh-most in a single game in Steelers’ postseason history…added a 40-yard run in the first quarter, his second consecutive postseason game with a run of at least 40 yards…became the first wide receiver in NFL history to have a 40-yard run in two straight playoff games…became the first Steeler since Merril Hoge (1989 postseason) to record a run of at least 40 yards in two straight playoff games.

2014 (10-3/1-0): Martavis Bryant saw action in 10 games with three starts during the regular season…saw action in the lone postseason contest…finished second on the team’s receiving touchdowns list as a rookie (8)…his 549 receiving yards as a rookie are the eighth-most in team history in a single-season for a rookie…inactive due to a shoulder injury Weeks 1-2…inactive Weeks 3-6.

  • 10/20 vs. Houston: Made his NFL debut…caught a 35-yard touchdown on his first reception, becoming the first Steelers rookie since TE Matt Spaeth (9/7/07 vs. Cleveland) to accomplish the feat.
  • 10/26 vs. Indianapolis: Totaled career highs in receptions (5), receiving yards (83) and receiving touchdowns (2)…added a 52-yard reception…became the first Steelers rookie WR to total two receiving touchdowns in a single game since 2009 (Mike Wallace, 12/20/09 vs. Green Bay)…became the first Steelers rookie WR to record a receiving touchdown in back-to-back games since 2010 (Emmanuel Sanders, Weeks 10-11).
  • 11/2 vs. Baltimore: Made his first career start and recorded three receptions for 44 yards…tied his career-high with two receiving touchdowns…becomes the second rookie in team history to record multiple touchdown reception games (Eric Green, 1990)…recorded his first career rush for three yards.
  • 11/9 at N.Y. Jets: Totaled a career-best 143 receiving yards…had an 80-yard touchdown reception…added a 45-yard reception…became the first Steelers rookie since Mike Wallace (9/27/09 at Cincinnati) to have a 100-yard receiving game…is the first Steelers’ rookie to have a touchdown reception in four straight games since Heath Miller in 2005…is the seventh Steelers rookie in team history to reach six receiving touchdowns in their first season and first since Wallace in 2009…set an NFL record for the most receiving touchdowns in a player’s first four games of a career with six.
  • 12/7 at Cincinnati: Recorded 109 receiving yards, his second career 100-yard game…caught a career-long 94-yard touchdown, the second-longest pass play in team history…is the fourth rookie in franchise history to record seven receiving scores in his first season…is one of five rookies to record 100 yards in multiple games in his first season…became the fourth player in NFL history to record seven receiving touchdowns in a player’s first seven career games.
  • 12/21 vs. Kansas City: Recorded a 44-yard reception, his fifth 40+ yard reception on the season.
  • 12/28 vs. Cincinnati: Scored on a 21-yard touchdown reception, his eighth of the season.
  • AFC Wild Card Game 1/3 vs. Baltimore: Totaled five receptions for 61 yards with one touchdown, a six-yarder…the five receptions tied a rookie postseason record for a single game…became the fixth rookie in team history to record a touchdown reception in a postseason game and the first since Miller (AFC Divisional Game 1/15/06 at Indianapolis).

COLLEGE: Martavis Bryant appeared in a total of 37 contests, starting 13 games…caught 61 passes for 1,354 yards with 13 touchdowns, adding 338 yards on 17 kickoff returns and 17 yards on a reverse…his receiving average of 22.20 yards topped the previous NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision and ACC record of 21.96 yards by Herman Moore of Virginia (114 for 2,504 yards; 1988-90)…also set the school career record for yards gained per reception, joining tight end Joe Blalock (20.34 ypc; 38-for-773; 1939-41) and flanker Gary Cooper (20.145 ypc; 79-for-1,592; 1985-89) as the only Tigers to average at least 20 yards per catch…his 13 scoring grabs are tied for 10th on the school career-record list…teamed with Sammy Watkins in 2013 to combine for 143 receptions for 2,292 yards (16.03 ypc) and 19 touchdowns...the only ACC tandem to register more receiving yards in the same season were North Carolina State’s Torry Holt (1,604) and Chris Coleman (876), who totaled 2,480 yards in 1998…majored in community recreation, sport, & camp management. 2013: Earned All-American super Sleeper Team honors (most underrated player at each position) by The NFL Draft Report, as that scouting information service also named him All-ACC second-team, as the flanker also received honorable mention from the league’s media and coaches...started 11 of the 13 games that he appeared in, finishing second on the team with a career-high 42 receptions for 828 yards (19.71 ypc) and seven touchdowns, adding 36 yards on a pair of kickoff returns...also recovered an onside kick to seal the victory vs. Georgia...hauled in five receptions for a game-high 176 yards and a touchdown vs. Georgia Tech, earning ACC Receiver-of-the-Week honors. 2012: Appeared in 10 games as a reserve flanker…finished with 305 receiving yards, as his average of 30.5 yards was the highest in the nation for any receiver with at least 10 catches…converted four of his 10 grabs into touchdowns, as eight of his catches went for distances of 20 yards or longer…added 257 yards on 13 kickoff returns (19.77 avg.) and gained 17 yards on a reverse. 2011: Earned his first varsity letter, appearing in 14 games while earning a pair of starting assignments…caught nine passes for 221 yards, an average of 24.56 yards per catch, as he converted two tosses into touchdowns…also gained 45 yards on two kickoff returns.

PERSONAL: Martavis Bryant prepped at Hargrave Military Academy (Chatham, Va.), playing football for head coach Troy Davis…was the top receiver for an offense that was quarterbacked by Doug Williams, Jr., the son of the former Super Bowl Champion…had five catches for 174 yards and two touchdowns in his first game, including touchdown catches from Williams that were 60 and 74 yards…attended T.L. Hanna High School (Calhoun Falls, S.C.), playing football for head coach Kenya Fouch…rated the third-best player in the nation by 247Sports.com during his senior season…member of the MaxPreps.com Top 100 List…rated 43rd by ESPN on their national recruit chart and Rivals.com regarded him as the nation’s 10th-best wide receiver…Scout.com ranked him ninth among the state of South Carolina’s high school prospects…rated ninth in the state by the Charlotte Observer…had 70 receptions for 722 yards and 11 touchdowns during his final campaign…played in the Shrine Bowl and U.S. Army All-American game after receiving first-team all-state honors from The State and the High School Sports Report as a senior in 2009…recorded 44 receptions for 776 yards and six touchdowns, adding 13 kickoff returns for 348 yards and a touchdown during his junior season…moved into the starting lineup during his sophomore season, producing 47 catches for 803 yards, eight kickoff returns for 208 yards, and eight punt returns for 107 yards…son of Roberta Bryant…Full name: Martavis Alexander Bryant.  

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