Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Should the Broncos trade for Antonio Brown?

Should the Broncos trade for Antonio Brown?

Brown, a four-time All-Pro, has been embroiled in a dispute with the Steelers, who openly have discussed the possibility of trading him. However, his contract makes it unlikely that Brown would be traded. Although Brown is the best receiver "available" this offseason, he comes with a lot of baggage and he's going to cost a lot in a trade.

Getting him from the Steelers, however, could be hard for top personnel executive Howie Roseman.

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The message means either that the Steelers have reached an agreement in principle to trade Brown to a new team, or that he simply has made a decision to take matters into his own hands. As indicated by our own Dale Lolley, if the Steelers trade Brown, it will likely come between the start of the new league season on March 13 and March 18.

On Tuesday, Brown announced via social media that he is moving on from the Pittsburgh Steelers. Although they are now $11 million under the salary cap after quarterback Nick Foles bought his way back into free agency last week and is no longer under contract. The 49ers, Jets, and Raiders are each among the top seven teams in salary cap space.

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As good as Brown is, the Eagles have to work on finding a new left tackle, two new defensive ends, a down-the-field threat at receiver and a number of other holes on the roster.

Meanwhile, Brown is signed for three more seasons.

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