Antonio Brown Trade Rumors: Down to 'One Team Race' for Steelers Star

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A new team has entered conversations with the Pittsburgh Steelers about trading for wide receiver Antonio Brown.

"Hell no", Sharpe emphatically declared.

The Steelers have begun telling teams that Brown will be moved quickly and to give their best offers as soon as possible.

Brown made his sixth straight Pro Bowl in 2018 after being a First-Team All-Pro selection in four straight years.

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The possibility of Brown landing in the desert looked more unlikely over the weekend when Cardinals veteran receiver Larry Fitzgerald said at the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference that he didn't think the receiver was asking out of Pittsburgh in the right way.

Brown, 30, will soon find himself in a new city.

GM Kevin Colbert said on Wednesday he would not totally rule any team out, but would be judicious in the process.

Rapaport added that 3 new teams had joined in the running for Brown in the last 48 hours, while suspected potential suitors, the Arizona Cardinals and New York Jets, had officially withdrawn themselves from negotiations. With already limited draft capital and essentially unlimited cap space, the Jets deemed it not worthy to make a blockbuster trade for Brown.

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During the combine itself, the Washington Redskins were mentioned as one of three teams making a big push for Brown. He's never played for a franchise that struggles at the quarterback position.

No, he's not going to be joining the Broncos' roster, but it feels like there's a very good chance he will be joining the AFC West, specifically with the Oakland Raiders.

Most recently, Brown sat down the ESPN's Jeff Darlington for an interview where he continued to take shots at Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger.

Brown is not a free agent, as he recently signed a multi-year extension that was set to keep him with the Steelers for a few more seasons.

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