Antonio Brown Tweets Goodbye to Pittsburgh and Asks Steelers for Trade

Antonio Brown Tweets Goodbye to Pittsburgh and Asks Steelers for Trade

Antonio Brown Tweets Goodbye to Pittsburgh and Asks Steelers for Trade

Steelers president Art Rooney II said last month he wasn't sure why Brown had turned against the team. Brown appeared to say "goodbye" to local fans in a tweet on Tuesday: 'Thank you SteelerNation for a big 9 years.time to move on and forward'. Head coach Jon Gruden loves him some players who are up there in age, and in Brown, he would be getting a wide receiver that is still playing at a Pro Bowl level.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Brown has in fact requested a trade from the Steelers. The video includes highlights from Brown's career with the Steelers while lyrics from "Do What I Want" by rapper Lil Uzi Vert plays in the background. Brown did not show up for the trial and was found guilty in absence. Brown was charged in November for driving his black sports vehicle over 100 miles per hour in a 45 miles per hour zone.

He has been ordered to pay a fine. Brown hauled in 305 receptions for 3,199 yards and 22 touchdowns during his tie with the Chippewas.

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Brown, a seven-time Pro Bowler and four-time All-Pro selection, has reportedly been unhappy in Pittsburgh and is looking to be traded.

According to Steelers president Art Rooney II, the Steelers still didn't hear from Brown in the weeks following that Week 17 contest. He has since filed for custody of his daughter in the wake of the alleged incident. If he is traded after that date, his cap hit will increase from $21.12 million to $23.62 million.

Antonio Brown has not been traded nor has he been released.

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