Brown trade expected by Friday; Jets, Cardinals out of mix

Brown celebrates a first down against the New England Patriots in the third quarter of their NFL foo
Brown celebrates a first down against the New England Patriots in the third quarter of their NFL foo
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08 March, 2019

Last month, KUSA-TV's Mike Klis - who is well-connected to the team - reported that the Broncos are not interested in trading for Brown.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (84) runs after a catch with Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson (21) in pursuit during the second half of an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals, Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015 in Pittsburgh.

Just a guess... look for Brown to end up being traded to the Raiders by Friday.

Moreover, his recent stubborn and troubling comments making reference to the new team needing to "play by his rules" completely contrast with the wants and needs of Adam Gase's new locker room.

Brown is not a free agent, as he recently signed a multi-year extension that was set to keep him with the Steelers for a few more seasons. So, will we be selective?

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The Steelers have been looking to move on from the superstar wide receiver who has burned every bridge in town and then some (there are so many bridges). Although the Steelers would emerge victorious, a Baltimore Ravens victory in Week 17 would wind up costing them a spot in the playoffs. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapaport, confirmed Schefter's reporting on the "Brown Sweepstakes" early Wednesday morning; stating on Twitter, "the Steelers have begun telling teams that this is moving quickly and to give their best offers ASAP", noting negotiations are expected to "wrap up soon".

The biggest offseason storyline of the 2019 season so far is where will disgruntled star Antonio Brown land?

The Jets have roughly $94 million in cap space for next season and must prioritize surrounding 21-year-old quarterback Sam Darnold with weapons.


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