Antonio Brown demands Steelers trade privately and publicly
12 Февраля 2019, 10:20 | Henrietta Morgan
If there's anything to take away from the Los Angeles Rams over the last two seasons, it would be the team always seems capable of pulling off unexpected moves, which is why the thought of a trade involving Antonio Brown doesn't seem all that insane to consider.
ESPN's Adam Schefter just reported that Brown has requested a trade from the Steelers, who've yet to respond to the report. There is little doubt there will be interest from plenty of teams wanting Brown's services. Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger came to rely on Brown's teammate JuJu Smith-Schuster more during the 2018 season, and Smith-Schuster ended up making his first Pro Bowl.
There are a lot of solid wide receivers who are set to be free agents this year, but between now and the start of free agency on March 13, you're probably only going to hear about one of those receivers and he's not even going to be a free agent. Brown was benched for Pittsburgh's final game of the regular season after skipping a walk-through and not communicating with staff regarding a knee injury.
Now the attention turns to see what the Steelers do next.
Brown was additionally found guilty of reckless driving after failing to make his court appearance in Pittsburgh earlier Tuesday. The mother of one of his children also filed a police report after claiming he pushed her during a dispute over their daughter. The woman did not press charges and Brown was not arrested.
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