Antonio Brown: 5 Possible trade destinations for 2019

Sherman Parsons
January 3, 2019

The All-Pro wide receiver added fuel to the rumors that he wants to be traded to the 49ers on Wednesday morning, when he posted a picture of Jerry Rice, and a goat, to his Instagram story.

No matter what, chances are the Steelers will have a high asking price for Brown since they're smart enough to know his value, and realize the kind of leverage they will have over other teams to potentially get high draft picks.

On Wednesday, Jets safety Jamal Adams sent a tweet letting Brown know he will be appreciated if he makes his way to NY. George Kittle of the San Francisco 49ers tweeted at Brown as a ploy to recruit him. Kittle's 1,377 receiving yards in 2018 were the most gained in a single-season by a TE in National Football League history.

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But there's also no reason for the Steelers to publicly acknowledge this dynamic; if it appears that the Steelers have reached the point of no return with Brown, the Steelers may have a hard time maximizing their return if/when trade talks happen.

Amid the Antonio Brown controversy came in starting QB Ben Roethlisberger who made a decision to throw Le'Veon Bell under the bus and essentially blame him for the team falling apart towards the end of the season and missing the playoffs. Brown has been that during his illustrious nine-year career in Pittsburgh.

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