Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant is expected to have a tremendous second season in 2015. The former fourth-round draft pick has worked hard during the offseason in an effort to get bigger and stronger and that included him doing his training in California.
Recently, Bryant was interviewed by ThePostGame.com and he talked about what he accomplished this offseason in order to become one of the league’s premier pass catchers. Bryant also talks about how several of his Steelers teammates helped in since coming into the league.
Bryant is expected to have a much bigger role in the Steelers offense in 2015 after catching 26 passes for 549 yards and eight touchdowns during his rookie season. The Clemson product registered those numbers in just 10 regular-season games.