Bills not among 3 teams 'most interested' in Antonio Brown

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NY has been viewed as a potential landing spot for Brown ever since he met with Steelers brass in February and requested a trade, but this is the first time the Jets have been directly linked to trade talks with Pittsburgh. The contract stuff starts getting in the way and they got to figure out numbers and all that kind of stuff.

Our own Dale Lolley previously reported the Steelers fielded preliminary offers from the Raiders, Saints, Titans and Redskins. While that number decreases over the next two seasons, his deal would have hamstrung a Cardinals team anxious to use its cap space wisely as it tries to rebound from a 3-13 season.

The Denver Broncos could be seeing more of Antonio Brown very soon. Brown's relationship with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is also at the root of the decision to move him. After Brown formally asked the Steelers for a trade in February, Peterson tweeted at the receiver and told him to "hit my line".

It'll be interesting to see where Brown lands - and how much he can contribute to his new team. So, will we be selective?

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Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that the Steelers are insisting on a first-round pick for Brown.

Brown is not a free agent, as he recently signed a multi-year extension that was set to keep him with the Steelers for a few more seasons. 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.

Brown, arguably the best receiver in the league, is signed through the next three seasons and is set to make $12.65 million in 2019, $11.3 million in 2020, and $12.5 million in 2021.

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