Antonio Brown traded to Bills from Steelers

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Rapoport also adds that there are still some details to be worked out in this trade, the deal is close to being done. Not long after, The Buffalo News' Vic Carucci refuted Rapoport's report.

But now, some sources are calling the possibility of this trade "unlikely". The team has said they are willing to trade Brown but have no plans of releasing him and will not trade him unless there is value in it for the Steelers. They can send him wherever they want.

NFL Network Tom Pelissero indicated that the two sides have been working on a trade, but concerns remain about Brown's willingness to play in Buffalo.

The other was the asking price, which was presumably at least a first-round draft pick. At this point, it's unclear what the Bills will be sending to Pittsburgh in return, if in fact the deal is made official.

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But with the Bills looking for WR help for sophomore quarterback Josh Allen, a Brown acquisition makes sense.

In 2018, Zay Jones led the team with 56 receptions, 652 yards, and seven touchdowns. His 86.2 receiving yards per game is the best mark in Pittsburgh team history. And if Allen can learn to harness his deep ball and throw passes with any sort of accuracy - admittedly, a huge if - they could be a risky duo. They may well have accomplished that, but per a report late Thursday evening, Brown could be staying in the AFC while heading north.

Brown had signed a four-year, $68 million extension with Pittsburgh during the 2017 offseason.

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