Steelers Were Willing to Tolerate Antonio Brown Because of Production

Steelers Were Willing to Tolerate Antonio Brown Because of Production

Steelers Were Willing to Tolerate Antonio Brown Because of Production

A report from ESPN stated that the Pittsburgh Steelers head coach had gotten sick and exhausted of Brown being tardy all the time, and the situation would eventually be addressed, just as soon as he started to decline in production on the field.

The Pittsburgh Steelers have all but confirmed that they are open to trading Antonio Brown, and the star wide receiver certainly has not given any indication - at least publicly - that he wants to remain with the team.

A restructured Roethlisberger deal could also result in more financial flexibility in case the Steelers elect to trade wide receiver Antonio Brown, who appears to be at a crossroads with the organization. Head coach Mike Tomlin remains fond of Brown and wants him back on the team, despite the five-time All-Pro's issues throughout the past season.

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With Ben Roethlisberger nearing the end of his career, the Steelers are hoping to smooth things over in order to have another run at a championship. Pittsburgh believes it has an emerging superstar with impeccable character in JuJu Smith-Schuster.

And Brown did produce last season - he had 100-plus catches and 1,200-plus receiving yards for the sixth straight year - but he missed Pittsburgh's last game after skipping multiple practices. For now, though, both parties are interested in a future together.

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