"Hell no", Sharpe emphatically declared.
The Pittsburgh Steelers might be nearly done hearing what teams have to offer for Antonio Brown.
For weeks, one of the biggest questions surrounding the Philadelphia Eagles has been whether the team could end up being the winners of the Antonio Brown sweepstakes, as the Pittsburgh Steelers continue to shop the wideout for a new team in 2019.
The possibility of Brown landing in the desert looked more unlikely over the weekend when Cardinals veteran receiver Larry Fitzgerald said at the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference that he didn't think the receiver was asking out of Pittsburgh in the right way.
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But it's not like NY doesn't have draft picks to trade away, either. As NFL Update cited, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport revealed that the New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals, Denver Broncos, and Philadelphia Eagles have all dropped out. The most recent talks involving Brown point to the trade market having been narrowed down in a drastic way. On Wednesday, he tweeted that three new teams have entered the picture. Brown's relationship with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is also at the root of the decision to move him.
Meanwhile, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that a Brown trade is expected by Friday.
I went back through Brown's last few games with the Steelers-of course, the season finale against the Bengals wasn't part of that, because he was inactive after blowing off practices that week.
Assuming this proves to remain true moving forward, it'll be interesting to monitor which one team it could be, but an immediate guess has to be the Oakland Raiders. But even as things were falling apart between the two parties, Brown was still doing his thing to the tune of 104 catches for 1,297 yards, and a league-leading 15 touchdowns. It's unknown what Pittsburgh is hoping to fetch in return for the receiver but it's probably safe to assume that team wants a high-round draft pick.