According to Buffalo News, few stories have made more headlines than the deal that ultimately never was.
According to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora, the Brown trade should be completed soon while the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has reported that there are now three teams left in the running. "Stay by the phone", Brown said.
But the question now begs itself: should the Steelers reconsider letting Brown go? However, here we sit and Brown is still a Steeler.
U.S. trade deficit hits ten-year high
On an annual basis, the trade gap reached the largest total since 2008, when it was $708.7 billion. Bush's council of economic advisers. "It's more substituting, a reshuffling of trade", Irwin said.
After NFL Network's Ian Rapoport first reported the news of the two sides finalizing a deal, he addressed the topic hours later when things had fallen apart. Now, however, we know that's not the case. Brown stated that he was going to announce his new team shortly.
The worst kept secret around the National Football League is that Brown is drowning in debt and his trade market is so weak right now because General Manager's are well aware if they don't rip up his current deal and give him a new contract loaded with guaranteed money, he's going to be a major problem, potential holdout candidate and a distraction before he even steps on the practice field.
Antonio Brown posted on Instagram appearing to indicate that he is a member of the Raiders, and Mike Florio has confirmed that the wide receiver is indeed heading to the Silver and Black. Really, would it be such a bad thing to keep Antonio Brown in the Steel City for a little while longer?