A source close to Brown believes the wideout is exhausted of playing the scapegoat for the Steelers' problems and wants to show he can thrive in another offense.
Antonio Brown reportedly requested a trade from the Steelers. Brown wrote. "Time to move on and move forward". "#NewDemands." Brown posted a similar message on Instagram and both posts included a montage of career highlights accompanied by the song, "Do What I Want" by rapper Lil Uzi Vert.
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The report surfaced soon after Brown tweeted a video with a caption that thanked Steeler Nation and stated it's "time to move on".
The trade for Cooper ended up landing the Raiders pick No. 27 overall, which is a selection that could use to bring in Antonio Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers. He paid a $426.77 fine.
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The court appearance stems from Brown being caught driving over 100 mph on McKnight Road hours before a game against the Carolina Panthers. Since then, he has recorded more than 1,000 yards receiving in seven of his nine seasons in the league.
The Steelers have another Pro Bowl receiver in JuJu Smith-Schuster, which definitely softens the blow of trading an elite player like Brown.
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It also came out that Brown was hit was hit with two lawsuits in October for an incident that allegedly occured at his South Florida high-rise last April. ESPN reported shortly afterwards that he has officially asked the team for a trade. Pittsburgh would have to eat $21 million in dead money to trade Brown, and they seem open to it.