Published: Sat, January 12, 2019
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Odds Released On Where Antonio Brown Will Play Next Year

Odds Released On Where Antonio Brown Will Play Next Year

Detroit is listed with the second-best odds to acquire Brown, either via trade or by signing him if the Steelers decide to release him.

If the Steelers do deal Brown, it will likely be in early March as he is due a $2.5 million roster bonus on March 17.

Brown, 30, did not play in the Steelers' regular-season finale, which saw Pittsburgh miss out on the playoffs despite a 16-13 win over the Bengals.

There were reports from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette of a confrontation with a teammate and Brown skipping out on team meetings and practices leading to the game.

If Brown is traded, the Steelers would save $1 million in cap space but would be stuck with a dead-money hit of just over $21.1 million.

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"We don't have to make those decisions right now".

Brown has not returned phone calls from the team - including Rooney, head coach Mike Tomlin and others who have reached out.

Shortly after Rooney's comments went viral on Twitter, Brown posted a photo of himself with the Steelers owner along with the caption "Good Business".

The 49ers have been in the market for a true No. 1 wide receiver since John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan took over. He also indicated that the issues with Brown at the end of the season are likely part of a broader problem. And expect the Steelers to receive a number of offers. "Yes, I'm 31 and I'm still excited to play the game". Whether Brown possibly could come back remains a big hurdle if Rooney's words are to be believed.

Rooney said in the interview that salary-cap implications would not "box us into anything". Once again, after dealing with the Le'Veon Bell contract situation for two years and finally moving on from him, the Steelers are embroiled in yet another conflict with a star skill-position player that might drag on.

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