Publicado: Mier, Febrero 13, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Should the Broncos trade for Antonio Brown?

Should the Broncos trade for Antonio Brown?

The Steelers said they'll consider trade offers for Brown, but won't release him. But at this point, every move Brown makes is going to be under the microscope.

Getting him from the Steelers, however, could be hard for top personnel executive Howie Roseman.

Brown has three years remaining on a five-year $72.7m contract extension he signed before the 2017 season.

The message means either that the Steelers have reached an agreement in principle to trade Brown to a new team, or that he simply has chose to take matters into his own hands. Brown was benched for Pittsburgh's final game of the regular season after skipping a walk-through and not communicating with staff regarding a knee injury. ESPN reports that Brown is due a $2.5 million roster bonus on March 17. Although they are now $11 million under the salary cap after quarterback Nick Foles bought his way back into free agency last week and is no longer under contract.

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Committing $12.6 million of that to Brown, however, seems unlikely.

It's the latest in a headline-producing few months for Brown, on and off the field. In addition, there is a still a possibility that the Eagles could extend quarterback Carson Wentz this offseason, which would have a major impact on the salary cap in 2019. He has made at least 100 receptions in six consecutive seasons and owns the Steelers single-season record for catches and receiving yards (136 for 1,834 in 2015).

Out of all the teams in the National Football League, the Raiders not only have the assets to acquire Brown, but also are one of the teams with the most need.

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