NFL Minute: Why are the Falcons the favorites to land Antonio Brown?

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"There's too much miscommunication, too much. diva", Arians said Tuesday on The Adam Schefter Podcast.

It doesn't look like the Bucs are going to be in the market to trade for Antonio Brown after these comments from new head coach Bruce Arians. When asked by Schefter what he thought of the drama between Brown and the Steelers, Arians spoke frankly on his views of the situation from afar.

With the four-time All-Pro likely to gripe about not getting the ball thrown to him enough in that receiver room, as well as too many running plays, Benz thinks there is no way Brown ends up in Atlanta.

During Arians's tenure as the Steelers' offensive coordinator, the team selected Brown in the sixth round of the 2010 National Football League draft.

Baby girl breaks into infectious laughter after hearing her sister’s voice
Benjamin wrote in the caption accompanying the clip. "I know!" Benjamin says to her baby in the video. The family had no clue how little Scarlet could hear - until she got her first hearing aids.

Arians was around for Brown's first two seasons in Pittsburgh.

Last week, Steelers owner Art Rooney II stated it would be "hard to envision" Brown being at Steelers training camp in 2019, which prompted Brown to remove Steelers out of his Twitter bio soon after.

However, the Steelers lost to the Packers in the championship game that 2010 season and haven't been back. Arians stayed with the Steelers for another season before becoming the Indianapolis Colts' offensive coordinator.

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