Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
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Will the Broncos try to trade for Antonio Brown?

Will the Broncos try to trade for Antonio Brown?

Based on a report on Saturday, the Steelers are seeking at least a first-round pick for Brown, but any team interested in Brown should consider what it will take to keep the disgruntled receiver in a good frame of mind.

Under the cover of the divisional games being played today, Antonio Brown likely thought he could do something without being noticed since everybody was preoccupied with football games. He also hears that the Denver Broncos could get involved in the process.

Rapoport believes the New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers, and Indianapolis Colts could pursue the star wide receiver. Rooney went as far as to say he can't envision Brown being with the team when players reconvene for training camp in July.

Brown's biography on Twitter used to say "Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro WR".


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.

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

As enticing as Brown would be for the Eagles, can you really imagine a locker room with Carson Wentz - who already takes flak for targeting Zach Ertz too much - having to now appease Antonio Brown's target rate as well.

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