Steelers expect to trade Antonio Brown by Friday

Steelers expect to trade Antonio Brown by Friday

Steelers expect to trade Antonio Brown by Friday

Multiple sources including the NFL Network say the Pittsburgh Steelers may have a deal in place for Pro Bowl Wide Receiver Antonio Brown by this end of the week.

Over the course of a couple months, Brown has been at odds with the Steelers organization and Ben Roethlisberger. Pittsburgh insists that they won't just give Brown away, however, despite the fact that he became a locker-room problem in recent seasons.

According to NFL Media , which also cited unidentified sources, the Steelers have begun telling teams that they are moving quickly and to get their best offers in as soon as possible. The New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals won't be trading for Brown, Rapoport said.

With all that in mind, it would likely seem more likely that McDermott and Beane wouldn't touch Brown with a 10-foot bottle of Heinz ketchup as they attempt to groom a young team into a contender. 3 new teams have jumped in the last 48 hours. Gruden happens to have three first round picks in this draft that he can use to make a deal happen. "Ideally you'll like to trade him to someone you'd never play". Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports that there are three new teams interested in Brown's services.

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Brown finds himself on the trade block after a tumultuous last couple of years with the Steelers. It's unknown what Pittsburgh is hoping to fetch in return for the receiver but it's probably safe to assume that team wants a high-round draft pick.

Contrary to a suggestion by The Philadelphia Inquirer's Zach Berman that the Philadelphia Eagles are not interested in Brown, La Canfora added that the Eagles are "monitoring" Brown's situation, as are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Washington Redskins.

"He can run every route you dream up", Gruden said of Brown back on December 5.

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