Conflicting reports of Bills-Steelers trade for Antonio Brown

Trade talks between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Buffalo Bills fell apart Thursday night after wide receiver Antonio Brown indicated he wasn't willing to join the Bills

Report: Saints back out of Antonio Brown sweepstakes

Would the disgruntled receiver report to the Bills if the deal went through?

Brown, on the other hand, claims that the report is not true via a comment on a post from the NFL's Instagram page.

Rapoport then tweeted that the deal isn't official, but doubled-down that it's on it's way to happening. Brown is due a $2.5 million bonus in just over a week and I'm sure Pittsburgh would rather not pay it.

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It seemed like Brown was set to go to Buffalo.

Brown is still available (after the false alarm Thursday night of him being shipped to Buffalo) and the Steelers' deadline of Friday should pass quietly.

Now, the Steelers find themselves searching for another trade partner.

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Bills reporter Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News tweeted Thursday, per an National Football League source, that while the team had "inquired" about Brown, another source described a deal with the Steelers as "unlikely". According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the three teams that have shown the most interest are the Oakland Raiders, Tennesssee Titans and Washington Redskins.

After the season concluded, Brown asked for a trade and his wish was facilitated after a meeting with owner Art Rooney II last month. Brown took issue with something and didn't play in Week 17 against the Bengals despite the Steelers still in playoff contention.

It is likely Brown will want a restructured contract from any team that acquires him. Brown's $22.165 million cap hit is now the largest for any wide receiver in the NFL.

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Guess who the Steelers will play in Pittsburgh next season?

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