PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) – The Pittsburgh Steelers and Fourth-Round Pick Wide Receiver Martavis Bryant have agreed on a four-year deal.

The financial terms of Bryant’s deal were not disclosed.

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Bryant comes to the Steelers from Clemson where the 6’4, 211 pound receiver appeared in 37 games, starting in 13 of them and recording 61 receptions for 1.354 yards and 13 touchdowns. Bryant averaged 22.2 yards per reception, an NCAA FBS record, an ACC record and a school record as well.

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The signing of Bryant brings the Steelers draft class up to seven of their nine selections under contract. The only two draft picks left unsigned are second-rounder, Defensive Lineman Stephon Tuitt of Notre Dame and third-rounder, Running Back Dri Archer of Kent State.

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