Is Antonio Brown To Patriots Possible? Steelers Won’t Rule Out Anything

Antonio Brown Can Go But Not for a ‘Steel” – Pittsburgh Issues Statement on Potential Trade

Antonio Brown Can Go But Not for a ‘Steel” – Pittsburgh Issues Statement on Potential Trade

Reiterating his desire to be traded by the Pittsburgh Steelers this week, wide receiver Antonio Brown shed more light on why he feels disrespected within the locker room he's called home for almost a decade.

Pittsburgh's ongoing soap opera with dynamic All-Pro wideout Antonio Brown has been one of the biggest storylines nationally since the Super Bowl.

"I can not talk about another player that's not under contract with us", Shanahan said, robotically.

During his NFL Combine interview, Steelers General Manager addressed Ryan Shazier's situation this season.

Colbert kept open the possibility that Brown, who has requested to be traded, could be back in a Steelers uniform next season. They're not changing. You know what I mean?

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The belief was that if the 49ers have an interest in Brown, discussions might heat up in Indianapolis this week. I want them to step up and say, 'Hey Ben, what do I have to do?

However, he also indicated that no team would be out of the mix and that he would opt for the best option if a trade were consummated. "He knows that, his representation knows that, it has clearly been explained and we are willing to take a look, and if there is something that can be done to benefit both sides, then great".

"The last time I spoke, I think I said three teams", Colbert said.

"Everything is very preliminary", Kevin Colbert said here this week. There's 52 kids and it's this guy [Roethlisberger].

In previous posts and rants on social media, the seven-time Pro Bowler has cast blame onto Ben Roethlisberger for his discontent, saying the longtime Steelers quarterback has an "owner mentality" and can call out any player or coach without outcome, suggesting the two lack a "mutual respect" for each other. It's unknown what the Steelers are seeking in a trade but a first- or second-round draft pick would make sense. "I can tell you that".

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