Is Antonio Brown To Patriots Possible? Steelers Won’t Rule Out Anything

Is Antonio Brown To Patriots Possible? Steelers Won’t Rule Out Anything

But on Wednesday, general manager Kevin Colbert told Rich Walsh of KDKA the team does hope to re-sign inside linebacker L.J. Fort.

Brown had spent the majority of the off-season up until that point seemingly trying to force a trade out of Pittsburgh, including requesting a trade and most recently taking aim at Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. "He confirmed everything I said".

Colbert later tried to clarify his comments, telling NFL Network that the Steelers don't have a "bunch of juveniles" and that Roethlisberger remains "the unquestioned leader" of the team. "Not that I know of".

But with Brown still seeking to play elsewhere and running back Le'Veon Bell expected to leave in free agency after sitting out all of last season in a contract dispute, Colbert doesn't buy the notion the Steelers' locker room has become dysfunctional.

"7 years in the league, nobody's ever said anything negative about AD but you can tell when the narrative changed when you don't do what they want you to do", LeBron said.

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The belief was that if the 49ers have an interest in Brown, discussions might heat up in Indianapolis this week.

However, he also indicated that no team would be out of the mix and that he would opt for the best option if a trade were consummated. I want them to step up and say, 'Hey Ben, what do I have to do? "If not, then we'll deal with that when we get to it".

"We've acknowledged we are looking into the possibility of trading him", Colbert said.

"The last time I spoke, I think I said three teams", Colbert said. He has since followed the Bay Area team and several of its players on social media. There's 52 kids and it's this guy (Roethlisberger). That's my issue. You know what I'm saying?

Translation: the Browns, Ravens or Bengals would have to absolutely blow his mind with an offer, presumably including multiple high draft picks.

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