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Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown

Ben Roethlisberger #7 of the Pittsburgh Steelers talks with Antonio Brown #84 during warmups before the game against the Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field on September 30, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown reportedly has grown so unhappy with the team to the point that he's requested for a trade.

It didn't take Brown much time to respond to Kittle's tweet, as he responded with a starry-eyed emoji, which should only add to speculations and spur hope in the Bay Area that the seven-time Pro Bowler will soon become a 49er. But it's clear his relationship with Roethlisberger and Pittsburgh has reached a breaking point, and an unhappy star wouldn't bode well for the Steelers next season. "According to a source, it was Brown's decision not to practice with his teammates".

There is a world where Ben Roethlisberger retires before Brown's contract runs out but in the meantime it's unclear if the situation is repairable between the team's top two players.

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He appeared stiff and rusty to start the match but managed to chase down Duckworth's chips and drop shots and moved across court well, twice creating forehand winners from defensive positions on important points.

Brown was seen talking with teammate Darrius Heyward-Bey on Thursday in the locker room but wasn't present the rest of the week or during Monday's exit meetings.

This may seem like one elite National Football League player striking up a conversation with another on the internet, but it comes with a backstory. "This is the stuff that's hard to deal with".

Something was up during the week, as several players and coaches were blunt when asked about Brown. "But I really couldn't get any answers". "Next", offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner said.

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