Reiterating his desire to be traded by the Pittsburgh Steelers this week, wide receiver Antonio Brown shed more light on why he feels disrespected within the locker room he's called home for almost a decade.
"Ideally, you want to trade him to somebody you'll never play which you can't do that because if you're good enough to get to a Super Bowl, you'll have to play him anyway", Colbert said. They could use another stud wide out to go along with the likes of Jarvis Landry and Antonio Callaway, but if they could add Brown - it's safe to say that would make any Browns fans giddy. You have to weigh all that into the discussions.
Head coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch are in Indianapolis this week for the NFL Scouting Combine. A clip from the episode has already been posted to YouTube, which shows Brown talking about the media and how they've portrayed him in light of the news that he wants to be traded from the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Brown and the Steelers have agreed it's time to part ways, but a divorce isn't always easy, and the team has admitted that they are not going to deal Brown unless they have a big offer on the table for his services.
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Brown will turn 31 years old this summer and though he's still productive, he's been a headache for the Steelers and will earn $15.125 million this season. He would not reveal, however, whether the Patriots had contacted him about a trade for Brown. Essentially, Brown is saying that the media tries to tear you down when you're up.
Colbert clarified the situation when he spoke at the combine Wednesday, indicating it's no sure thing Brown has played his last game for Pittsburgh. He also discussed Steelers GM Kevin Colbert and his recent remarks about quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. "If not then we'll deal with that when we get there".
I guess it is Brown's way of telling teams he still has plenty left in the tank.