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4-2, 1st in AFC North
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17hJeremy Fowler

Steelers safety Mitchell: 'I'm not a dirty player'

"I'm not a dirty player," Pittsburgh Steelers safety Mike Mitchell said, claiming he inadvertently fell into Alex Smith's legs on the play that drew the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback's ire Sunday.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Martavis Bryant said he's making best of his opportunities on the field and hasn't expressed unhappiness with the team.

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Mitchell disagrees with roughing the passer penalty (0:29)
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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers FS Mike Mitchell explained his view of the play that drew Alex Smith's ire in the fourth quarter Sunday. Mitchell said the low hit was unintentional and he's not a dirty player.

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18hJeremy Fowler

Steelers WR Bryant denies asking for trade

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant denies a report that he has requested a trade because he's unhappy with his role.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Several Steelers players were having fun with Martavis Bryant rumors in the locker room, saying he's getting traded to the Golden State Warriors.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Martavis Bryant told reporters he did not request a trade. He has talked with coaches about getting better. "I'm moving on from it," he said. "Getting ready for Cincinnati this week."

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Will the Steelers trade Bryant? (0:59)
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21hSN Staff

Vote: The best and worst from Sunday in the NFL

Which performance from Sunday in the NFL stood out the most? What was the biggest surprise? And how will the Packers fare without their quarterback?

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Stephen A. calls out Bryant for trade request (1:21)

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

James Harrison said being productive at age 39 is "all God's timing. I'm just sitting back, riding the bus." After late-game sack, Harrison admits sitting the previous few weeks was an adjustment. "Any time I'm on the sideline; of course I'm not happy about it," he said.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

On 51-yard score to clinch game, how did Antonio Brown adjust to catch the ball after it bounced off Chiefs defensive back Phillip Gaines? 'Called God and asked him," Brown said.

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1dAdam Teicher

Chiefs QB Smith: I was fired up after late hit

Chiefs QB Alex Smith, normally calm and collected on the field, admitted that he got fired up over the low hit to the knees he received from Steelers safety Mike Mitchell.

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Big Ben: 'This ole cowboy has a little left in him' (0:32)

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Early indications are the Steelers do not plan on trading Martavis Bryant, according to sources, one of which was pretty adamant. Perhaps that can change closer to trade deadline, but seems unlikely. They still value him.

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1dESPN.com

Source: WR Bryant seeking trade from Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant has requested a trade, a source confirmed to ESPN's Dan Graziano. The request was made weeks ago, but early indications are the Steelers do not plan to trade Bryant, per sources.

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Big Ben, Antonio Brown come up big in Arrowhead

The Steelers narrowly edged the Chiefs 19-13 on Sunday, and much of that was due to the connection between Pittsburgh's star quarterback and wide receiver.

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Bell does his best work after contact

Not only did Le'Veon Bell run for a season-high 179 yards against the Chiefs on Sunday, he did it while gaining a career-high 98 yards after contact.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Source confirms Steelers WR Martavis Bryant has requested a trade, as @RapSheet reported. Request was made weeks ago, source says. Bryant spoke with Steelers coaches ahead of Week 5 game, asking to be more involved in the offense. He's upset with target share distribution and sub packages that swap him out for rookie JuJu Smith-Schulte. Bryant returned this year from a one-year drug suspension and is signed through 2018.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Tomlin: "I told you guys we were going to play (James Harrison) and you see why."

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Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell are the first set of teammates to have at least 700 scrimmage yards through the 1st 6 games of a season since 1933 when individual stats were first recorded (via Elias Sports Bureau).

Team Stats

Passing Yards242.311th
Rushing Yards107.316th
Points For19.3Tied-22nd
Points Against17.04th

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