New reports shoot down Antonio Brown to Bills trade

New reports shoot down Antonio Brown to Bills trade

New reports shoot down Antonio Brown to Bills trade

It seemed like Brown was set to go to Buffalo. Interestingly, the 49ers were not one of the teams Brown listed as primary suitors.

Tom Pelissero, also of NFL Network, added Thursday night that if Brown wanted to blow up the trade to Buffalo, he could say he'll retire rather than play for the Bills.

This, obviously, is par for the course, but the unusual part came in the comment section for the deal. ESPN's Adam Schefter said "nothing is close" to happening with Brown, the Steelers and the Bills at this time.

If Antonio Brown doesn't want to play for you, don't bother trying to trading for him.

A potential deal with the Bills that had social media abuzz late Thursday night and early Friday morning fell through when Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, told the team the receiver had no intention of playing in Buffalo.

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Now the Steelers are definitely in an uncomfortable position, assuming they still want to trade Brown. They kept saying the Steelers intentionally picked the Bills to punish & banish Brown, and to have fun with Allen lofting balls 10 feet out of bounds over his head.

He responded to the NFL's post on Instagram and called the report "fake news". As of last Friday, the three teams that had shown the most interest in the wide receiver were the Oakland Raiders, Washington Redskins and Tennessee Titans.

After the season concluded, Brown asked for a trade and his wish was facilitated after a meeting with owner Art Rooney II last month. He is owed a $2.5 million bonus on March 17, the fifth day of the new National Football League year.

The 30-year-old Brown has caught at least 100 passes and collected 1,000 yards receiving in six straight years and is under contract for at least the next two seasons.

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