Antonio Brown informs Pittsburgh Steelers he wants to be traded

Why Steelers wouldn't even consider trading Antonio Brown to Patriots

Why Steelers wouldn't even consider trading Antonio Brown to Patriots

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Brown has not been traded or released and said the 30-year-old veteran has officially requested a trade from the only team he's played with since he was drafted.

Brown tweeted a farewell to the Steelers and their fans, saying it is "time to move on and forward".

Brown's future has been the subject of speculation since before the end of the regular season.

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.

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Police cited Brown for driving a black Porsche in excess of 100mph through Ross Township, Pennsylvania on November 8th, which was the morning of the Steelers' game against the Carolina Panthers.

On Tuesday, Brown basically ended his career in the Steel City, and he bid farewell to the organization on Twitter. He has since filed for custody of his daughter in the wake of the alleged incident.

Despite the off-field strife, Brown caught 104 passes for 1,297 yards and a club-record 15 touchdowns in 2018. But according to Megan Guza of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Brown didn't show up. If he's traded before that time, Pittsburgh will absorb a dead cap hit of $21.12 million (versus $23.62 if he's dealt afterward).

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