Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant does not want to be in Pittsburgh anymore. Once thought to be the number two option in the Steelers offense, Bryant has been relegated to tertiary status behind both Antonio Brown and JuJu Smith-Schuster. A few years ago, Bryant flashed his electric playmaking ability, but issues with substance abuse have derailed his career. Now that he's back in the NFL, Bryant is trying to make his voice heard.

Martavis Bryant wants out

It's no secret that the talented wide receiver wants to part ways with the Pittsburgh Steelers organization.

It's hard to believe that those are real comments, because they could easily ruin Martavis' career. Unfortunately, they are real, and that will likely prevent several NFL teams from signing the talented speedster. And it's even harder to sign an athlete who struggled with substance abuse in two past seasons.

But there are still some NFL teams that could use a 6 foot 5 target with blazing speed.

Let's take a look at a few teams that could sign or trade for Bryant.

1. San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers have found surprising production from a 31 year old Pierre Garcon, but could use a talented playmake like Bryant on their offense. San Francisco really struggles to score touchdowns, and a huge reason is the lack of a tall red zone target like Bryant.

It wouldn't cost much to get him, and Kyle Shanahan is smart enough to use him efficiently.

2. Cleveland Browns

There isn't a single recognizable receiver on the Browns roster, and that means Martavis would be the number one guy in Cleveland. There aren't many free agents interested in going to Cleveland, but there aren't many suitors for a player like Martavis Bryant either.

3. New York Giants

This would be a purely short term add, as the Giants will eventually have Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall back. Without them, the Giants offense has struggled, and there is still no true number one wide receiver in New York. Bryant could immediately step in and offer production to a Giants offense that desperately needs it.

4. Buffalo Bills

Martavis Bryant doesn't exactly fit into the upstanding character model that the Bills are looking for with head coach Sean McDermott, but he would fill a need on offense. Right now, Buffalo is struggling to find talent at the position, as Deonte Thompson was their leading wide receiver last week. Bryant is more talented than any receiver on the Buffalo roster, and could potentially be a difference maker for a 4-2 team that is trying to make a playoff push right now.