'TIME TO MOVE ON': Star receiver Antonio Brown asks Steelers for trade

Ruben Holloway
February 13, 2019

Steelers receiver Antonio Brown has taken to Twitter to bid farewell to Pittsburgh. The video includes highlights from Brown's career with the Steelers while lyrics from "Do What I Want" by rapper Lil Uzi Vert plays in the background. If he's traded before that time, Pittsburgh will absorb a dead cap hit of $21.12 million (versus $23.62 if he's dealt afterward).

Paired with the news of the official trade request was a tweet from the star pass-catcher to the Steelers and their fans saying it's "time to move on and forward".

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ESPN reported that Brown, who signed a four-year contract extension in 2017 worth $68 million, had officially requested a move.

"If (Antonio Brown) really leaving man Pittsburgh about to be amusing looking next year", Thomas wrote on his official Twitter account, "The truth always come to the light pay attention". If the Steelers end up trading Brown, that means there will be one less team out there looking for a wide receiver when free agency begins.

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Brown has been the subject of widespread trade speculation after he failed to show up to work the day before the season finale. Since then, he has recorded more than 1,000 yards receiving in seven of his nine seasons in the league.

Hilton and Brown would instantly become one of the top wide receiver duos in the NFL. On Tuesday, he was found guilty of reckless driving over an incident from November and fined $400.

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