Wide receiver Antonio Brown asks Steelers for trade

Jo Caldwell
February 13, 2019

That receiver is Antonio Brown and although he's under contract with the Steelers, Brown's status in Pittsburgh has become one of the biggest mysteries heading into the start of free agency. Last month, former San Francisco 49ers star receiver Jerry Rice said Brown wants to join the 49ers.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has officially requested a trade from the club, ESPN Adam Schefter reports.

This has happened without a return phone call to Mike Tomlin or Art Rooney, who signed off on. Brown wrote. "Time to move on and move forward".

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Given the talent that Brown possesses, he's likely going to have interest from a lot of National Football League teams this offseason. The Steelers won the game but missed the playoffs for the first time since 2013.

Brown appeared to make his decision official in a social media post released on Instagram on Tuesday.

He has been ordered to pay a fine. Brown did not attend Tuesday's hearing.

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In nine seasons with the Steelers, Brown has 837 catches for 11,207 yards and 74 touchdowns. He has since filed for custody of his daughter in the wake of the alleged incident.

Some might have imagined the Patriots would steer clear of Brown trade anyway, especially considering the likely high asking price and the 30-year-old's propensity for causing headaches. If he is traded after that date, his cap hit will increase from $21.12 million to $23.62 million.

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