Raiders quarterback Derek Carr doesn't run the team's front office, but if he did, it sounds like he would do everything in his power to get Antonio Brown to Oakland. "There's some things you can put up with as a coach and a team, and there's some things you can't".
While Arizona has a need at the position, they have not been interested in trading for Brown, according to 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's John Gambadoro.
Most recently, Brown sat down the ESPN's Jeff Darlington for an interview where he continued to take shots at Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger.
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Personally, I have no problem with the Raiders giving up their No. 35 pick in the second round to get AB, but how much do the Steelers really want to get rid of him.
Other teams have had conversations with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and another could emerge.
Speaking at the National Football League scouting combine in Indianapolis last week, Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert said the team hasn't ruled out any partners in a potential trade.
"Thank you Steeler Nation for a big 9 years.time to move on and forward.#NewDemands", he wrote. Brown's game is to end the contests before they begin, and he does that with a supernatural combination of speed, agility, and route awareness. But they might not be prepared for what Brown is going to bring. The trade will already cost the team $21.1 million in dead cap space.