Maybe Antonio Brown is not going to Bills after all

Virginia Santiago
March 9, 2019

The NFL Network reported Thursday the Steelers were "closing in" on a deal which would send Brown to the Bills.

Brown may not want to go to Buffalo, but there's more to it than the locale.

According to reports, the Steelers may have found the trade partner for Antonio Brown.

What was the issue?

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One team that's been linked to Brown since the beginning is the Oakland Raiders, and running back Jalen Richard is now apparently ready to do a bit of recruitment. Brown himself commented on an Instagram post from the National Football League announcing the breaking news that a deal was in the works by commenting, "fake news". Russini also reports that the Tennessee Titans backed out of trade talks for the embattled superstar.

Now, the Steelers find themselves searching for another trade partner.

The Bills even released a statement saying they did show interest in acquiring the All-Pro receiver but in the end, the deal didn't make sense.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown looks on during warm-ups before the Steelers host the Cincinnati Bengals at Heinz Field.

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After the season concluded, Brown asked for a trade and his wish was facilitated after a meeting with owner Art Rooney II last month.

Brown, 30, has three years and $38.925 million remaining on his current deal with none of that money guaranteed.

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

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