Steelers reportedly rejected significantly better Pats’ trade offer for Antonio Brown

Steelers reportedly rejected significantly better Pats’ trade offer for Antonio Brown

Steelers reportedly rejected significantly better Pats’ trade offer for Antonio Brown

Le'Veon Bell finally got his wish after a dysfunctional/nonexistent final season with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

In Brown, the Raiders add to a tackle position that certainly needed help, as they rolled with two rookie tackles in 2018. He's the top player on the market and he's always been rumored to be a potential target of the New York Jets.

Now, after trading him to the Oakland Raiders in exchange for third- and fifth-round picks, Pittsburgh will be eating $21.1 million in dead money on their 2019 cap so Brown can catch TDs for another team. They sent left guard Kelechi Osemele to the Jets.

According to multiple reports, Trent Brown has agreed to sign with the Raiders.

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Antonio Brown led the league in touchdown catches last season for Steelers. Given that Bell undoubtedly is eyeing a lofty contract himself, one has to wonder just how much Oakland would be willing to spend.

He has also been linked to the Washington Redskins, Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers. Miller played both right and left tackle at UCLA and could move back to the right side with Parker offering insurance behind both. He spent last season on injured reserve, but was impressive over the summer.

Brown was at his best in the playoffs, including shutting down the edge rushers for the Chargers and Kansas City in playoff wins before the Patriots won the Super Bowl against the Rams.

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