Steelers potentially shipping Antonio Brown out of AFC North to Bills

Antonio Brown in an Oakland Raiders jersey via

Antonio Brown in an Oakland Raiders jersey via

The Buffalo Bills have reportedly ended trade talks for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown after Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Thursday night that a deal was imminent. The reported trade picked up steam, and the speculation machine kicked in, as people tried to figure out how Brown would fit in with Josh Allen and the Bills. He doubled down on the report Friday morning: "The Bills and Steelers have been in aggressive talks about a trade and are close on compensation, sources say. The Steelers now must find another suitor".

The Tennessee Titans are in the market for a wideout, but it looks like they won't be buying in on the Pittsburgh Steelers' Antonio Brown.

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The Bills now have $75,926,583 of cap space, according to the NFLPA, which is one of the largest amounts of cap space in the league. According to reports, Brown grew upset during a team training session, then skipped practices and meetings leading up to the game, for which he was benched by Coach Mike Tomlin.

According to National Football League insider Albert Breer, the Oakland Raiders have interest in Brown at the right price.

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If Antonio Brown doesn't want to play for you, don't bother trying to trading for him. But Brown still costs an average of $12.975 million in cash and just over $20 million against the cap over the next three seasons.

There are also additional contract concerns with adding Brown, who likely wants to rip up his old deal and create a new one with his new team.

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From there, Brown seemingly did everything possible to tank his trade value.

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