RUMOR: Jets expected to have conversation with Steelers regarding Antonio Brown trade

RUMOR: Jets expected to have conversation with Steelers regarding Antonio Brown trade

RUMOR: Jets expected to have conversation with Steelers regarding Antonio Brown trade

As Colbert said, they aren't going to trade Brown if the move isn't beneficial to the Steelers. "We can't afford to use any other type of tags". Bell is free to go wherever he wants.

Issues arose regarding what the price on a transition tag for Bell would be.

Bell will now hit the open market untethered, which was the dual-threat running back's goal when refusing to sign the $14.5 million franchise tag past year and sitting out the entire season. In response, Bell sat out the entire 2018 season, forcing the team to turn to James Conner as its primary running back.

Le'Veon Bell's Pittsburgh Steelers tenure appears to be over. They will not, however, become official until the start of the new league year on March 13. He last played in the National Football League on January 14, 2018, the Steelers' divisional round loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The overall perception is that wide receiver Antonio Brown has been hurting his trade value with his antics since the end of this past season. "Respectfully, we did agree [that looking] into a trade would probably be the best course of action for both sides". Those are a few of the biggest factors we used in paring down the five most logical trade destinations for the perennial Pro Bowler and surefire future Hall of Famer.

Team president Art Rooney II spent 20-to-30 minutes with Brown in South Florida on Tuesday to discuss Brown's situation, Colbert said.

Colbert said the Steelers are now open to trading Brown if it makes sense for the team.

"We are not going to move a significant player for less than significant compensation".

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