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Factoid: Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown will be 31 when training camp starts, but I don’t think that will be an issue. He can still play at a high level, and Jon Gruden has a lengthy history of success with older wide receivers.   more »



Ravens select first wide receiver in 2019 NFL Draft

The Baltimore Ravens selected Oklahoma wide receiver MARQUISE BROWN with the 25th pick in the first round of Thursday night’s NFL Draft. Brown was the first receiver off the board. BrownMore is a speedy, big-play wide receiver who has drawn comparisons to Kansas City’s TYREEK HILL. Brown is also the cousin of Oakland Raiders wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN. Less

Source: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle


Raiders add another wide receiver

The Oakland Raiders signed unrestricted free agent wide receiver RYAN GRANT, adding another wideout to the mix heading into the 2019 season. Grant played with the Indianapolis Colts last season afterMore spending four years in Washington. He follows the addition of fellow wideouts ANTONIO BROWN and TYRELL WILLIAMS in a revamped wide receiving corps in Oakland. Less

Source: Team Website

Around the NFL: Raiders land Williams

Tyrell Williams signs with the Raiders, and I’m not crazy about the fit. He’s a nice player, but I don’t expect he’ll be used enough.   more »

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Raiders continue to upgrade receiving corps

The Oakland Raiders are reportedly close to finalizing a deal to add free agent wide receiver TYRELL WILLIAMS to the team. Williams, 27, would join ANTONIO BROWN and JORDY NELSON to give quarterback DEREK CARR three experienced targets heading into the 2019 season.

Source: Mercury News

Around the NFL: What can Brown do for you?

Antonio Brown is headed for Oakland, and he’s been able to land a new contract. Now what? Is that offense good enough for him to put up top-5 receiving numbers?  more »



Antonio Brown headed to Oakland

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Oakland Raiders have agreed to a trade for All-Pro wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN. The Steelers will receive a third and fifth round pick in the upcoming draft. The Raiders will add money to Brown’s contract to make him the NFL’s highest-paid receiver.

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Around the NFL: James Washington

Antonio Brown has been traded to the Raiders. It's a big win for Brown, as long as he doesn't care about contending for a playoff spot. He's getting a new contract with a lot more guaranteed money, and he doesn't have to worry about his quarterback calling him out or any other wide receiver challenging him for the No. 1 spot.   more »



Steelers WR Brown could be traded soon

The Pittsburgh Steelers have reportedly been telling teams to submit their best offers for disgruntled wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN, as the trade market appears to be moving quickly. The Steelers wouldMore prefer to trade Brown before March 17th, when he is due to receive a $2.5 million roster bonus. The Jets and Cardinals are now believed to be out of the running, but time will tell where Brown eventually ends up. Less


Around the NFL: Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown wants out of Pittsburgh, and the Steelers are willing to accommodate him. But Brown's desire to join a contender may not be as easily met. The teams most interested in acquiring him are in need of a top receiver, but have significant problems elsewhere.   more »



Brown, Rooney II finally meet

The much-anticipated meeting between Pittsburgh wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN and team president Art Rooney II finally took place on Tuesday. The two reportedly both agreed that it is time to move on. With that settled, all that remains is for fantasy owners to find out where Brown will eventually land.

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Around the NFL: Brown on the move

One of the league’s very best receivers is officially for sale. The Steelers concede they will attempt to move talented but disgruntled Antonio Brown.  more »


Factoid: Transplanted receivers

Odell Beckham and Antonio Brown look like two of the biggest dominos of the offense. Both are capable of being elite playmakers, but both are also capable of turning into major off-field distractions. If they’re moved, will their new teams regret it?  more »



Brown, Rooney II to meet this week

Pittsburgh wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN and team president Art Rooney II are expected to meet in Florida sometime this week. If the meeting does take place, it will be the firstMore time anybody from the Steelers front office has met with Brown since the end of the season. Brown sent a farewell message via social media last week, and the two sides appear to be headed for a split. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune

Factoid: Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown is trying to force his way out of Pittsburgh. He’s been torching Mike Tomlin and especially Ben Roethlisberger on Twitter, making it harder for the Steelers to keep him. Whatever team winds up with Brown will have to calculate what exact they’re getting.  more »

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