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

NFL       LOOK Antonio Brown calls trade report ‘fake news’
       
       	        By Vincent Frank

NFL LOOK Antonio Brown calls trade report ‘fake news’ By Vincent Frank

If the Steelers get enough return for him, this trade should work out well for Pittsburgh, Brown and his new employer. Here are the latest reports and updates on Brown. Jets GM Mike Maccagnan had downplayed the Jets' interest in acquiring players via a trade last week at the National Football League scouting combine.

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Steelers have informed teams of their desire to move quickly and they're encouraging those teams to put together their best offer ASAP.

The Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans, and Washington Redskins were previously identified as interested parties.

Among several issues raised by Brown, he took issue with the way the team handled his benching for the final week of the regular season. "Ideally you'll like to trade him to someone you'd never play". "There's some things you can put up with as a coach and a team, and there's some things you can't".

The Denver Broncos could be seeing more of Antonio Brown very soon.

With the focus on adding weapons around Sam Darnold, Brown is an intriguing, but controversial, trade target. Brown has also been publicly critical of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, saying he "feels like he's the owner" and is too critical of his teammates.

GM Kevin Colbert said on Wednesday he would not totally rule any team out, but would be judicious in the process. It depends on what the compensation is.

Brown has officially been on the trading block since he met with Steelers brass last month. Brown's game is to end the contests before they begin, and he does that with a supernatural combination of speed, agility, and route awareness.

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

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