PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers have no plans to trade wide receiver Martavis Bryant. They also apparently don’t have plans to play him. At least not in Detroit.

Bryant indicated he’ll be inactive Sunday when the first-place Steelers visit the Lions, the fallout from a social media outburst in which he made it clear he’s unhappy with his role in the offense.

“I’m fine,” Bryant said Wednesday. “I ain’t tripping.”

Bryant insisted he meant no ill will when he suggested he was better than rookie teammate JuJu Smith-Schuster during an Instagram comment shortly after Pittsburgh beat Cincinnati last weekend. Bryant deleted his initial response and replaced it with one in which he wrote he wanted to be on a team where he could “gets mine.”

Given a few days to cool off, Bryant instead doubled down, even though Coach Mike Tomlin called Bryant’s comments “out of bounds.”

“I feel like I’m better than every receiver or any receiver I played with,” Bryant said. “For (JuJu), he feels the same way. (Antonio Brown) feels the same way. Justin Hunter feels the same way. Everybody feel the same way.”

Pittsburgh police said a man returned a bike belonging to Smith-Schuster, telling investigators he bought it from someone for $200 on the street.

BEARS-CHARGERS: A source with knowledge of the deal said Los Angeles agreed to trade receiver Dontrelle Inman to Chicago for a seventh-round pick.

Inman has spent four seasons with the Chargers, catching 107 passes for 1,463 yards and seven touchdowns. He played every game last season in San Diego.

49ERS: Coach Kyle Shanahan indicated he’s open to having trade discussions about left tackle Joe Staley with the trade deadline looming, but it will take a lot to deal him.

“Joe is a guy that I definitely want here and definitely a guy I wouldn’t want to lose by any means. I’m not going to sit here, if anybody called for any one of our players, it’s not like you just hang up the phone. If people want to offer the world, you’ve always got to listen,” Shanahan said.

JETS: Cornerback Buster Skrine has a concussion and his status is uncertain for the game Sunday against Atlanta.

It’s the third known concussion in two seasons for Skrine, who was injured Sunday at Miami but finished the game. Coach Todd Bowles said Skrine came to the facility Monday with symptoms and was diagnosed.

COWBOYS: A week after trying out for Washington, Mike Nugent will be the opposing kicker Sunday with Dallas.

Nugent didn’t get the job in Washington so now he’ll be trying to fill in for Dan Bailey, the most accurate in NFL history among kickers with at least 100 attempts.

PANTHERS: Middle linebacker Luke Kuechly practiced in full pads and Coach Ron Rivera says he’s on pace to play Sunday against Tampa Bay.

Kuechly participated in all of practice but hasn’t been cleared from the NFL concussion protocol, Rivera said. Kuechly, the league’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2013, is expected to meet with independent doctors later this week, but the fact he practiced without any restrictions is a positive sign.

AN NFL spokesman, Joe Lockhart said the league expects Colin Kaepernick to be invited to the next meeting between owners and players to discuss social justice initiatives.

Lockhart said the meeting probably will take place next week.

JETS: New York signed tight end Neal Sterling off Kansas City’s practice squad and placed cornerback Xavier Coleman on injured reserve.

Sterling had one catch for 8 yards while playing in three games with the Jets earlier this season after being signed Sept. 3 as a free agent. He was signed to Kansas City’s practice squad Oct. 7, two days after being waived by New York.

BROWNS: Defensive end Myles Garrett could miss the trip to London because of a concussion.

Garrett, the top overall pick in this year’s NFL draft, was placed in concussion protocol Tuesday after arriving at the team’s facility with concussion-like symptoms.

Because of the timing, it’s unlikely he’ll play in Sunday’s game against Minnesota at Twickenham Stadium.

DOLPHINS: Left guard Anthony Steen was ruled out of Thursday night’s game against Baltimore with a foot injury.

Quarterback Jay Cutler was officially ruled out with cracked ribs. Left tackle Laremy Tunsil is questionable because of a knee injury.