Jets bow out of Antonio Brown trade talks

Jets bow out of Antonio Brown trade talks

Jets bow out of Antonio Brown trade talks

Schefter specified that a trade is expected by Friday. Doing so would allow Pittsburgh to avoid paying Brown a $2.5 million roster bonus, which kicks in on March 17. It also isn't a bad idea to get it done quickly, just to eliminate another of their seemingly endless distractions.

Antonio Brown #84 of the Pittsburgh Steelers runs the ball in the 4th quarter of the game against the Oakland Raiders at Heinz Field on November 8, 2015 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

According to a report via ESPN's Adam Schefter last weekend, the Bills were not mentioned as one of three teams that have shown the "most interest" in Brown's services.

While the Steelers agreed to work on a trade, they have not given permission for Brown and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, to speak with interested teams, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.

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Now, according to Rapoport, the Jets and Cardinals are out, but three "new teams" threw their hat into the ring. But if leaking that information helps the Steelers drive up the price for whoever is still in, more power to them. Brown may continue to get in his own way, and when he does, it might be said that when he does get in his own way, he's the only professional football player able to do so.

Expect the Jets to improve their wide receiver room by adding a slot receiver in free agency and potentially drafting another wideout in this deep draft class come April. Pittsburgh wants to know where they stand on that situation, and wouldn't want to lose a potential trade partner who shifts its focus to free agency. Oh, and coach Jon Gruden appears to be really fond of Brown, who remains one of the best players in the league.

CBS Sports NFL insider Jason La Canfora talked about the likelihood of a Raiders-Antonio Brown pairing on CBS Sports HQ Tuesday but cautioned that Brown isn't the only big-name pass catcher Oakland is after.

Antonio Brown could have his new home before the week is over.

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