Antonio Brown Removes ‘Pittsburgh Steelers’ From Twitter Profile Bio


You know things are bad when even Snoop Dogg feels the need to get involved.

Well, don't imagine it, because it's a mistake that could set this franchise back years. On Saturday, the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported on NFL GameDay that general managers around the league believe the Steelers will command at least a second-round pick for the star wideout, and possibly a second and a third.

Could the Denver Broncos be one of the teams interested in trading for Brown?

Brown removed the Steelers from his Twitter bio on Sunday afternoon, marking yet another sign that the wide receiver is determined to suit up for someone else next season.

It sounds like Ben Roethlisberger probably deserves more credit for the drama that's been going on in Pittsburgh, but certainly Brown deserves his share of the blame.

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She has also reportedly stated that she was in dire need of the job owing to her father's ill health and hence didn't quit it. One of the mails, which were addressed to Hirani, read, "I remember forming these words on my lips - "Sir".

This season, Brown hauled in 104 receptions for 1,297 yards and a league-leading 15 touchdowns en route to his seventh Pro Bowl appearance. Would Derek Carr better equipped to deal with a player like Brown?

The Broncos are projected to have around $44 million in salary cap space this offseason (and that's before cutting any players).

Brown essentially abandoning his teammates and then walking around on the sideline in a fur coat is not the most appealing send-off to a new team, but the way that situation unfolded over time should not negate the type of hard worker Brown is and the time he has put in to ideal his craft.

The Eagles have holes to fill on offense and in the secondary, and adding a volatile wide receiver, who has a reputation for being a locker room wrecker, is definitely not the remedy.