Published: Fri, March 08, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Jon Gruden called Antonio Brown the hardest-working player he’s ever seen

Jon Gruden called Antonio Brown the hardest-working player he’s ever seen

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirmed Wednesday that the Cardinals are not in the mix to land the 30-year-old Brown after previously mentioning Arizona as one of three teams interested in acquiring him.

San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch said his franchise had not had contact with the Steelers regarding Brown as of Thursday, when speaking to reporters at the 2019 National Football League scouting combine in Indianapolis.

Thus, the pursuit of Brown could develop into a battle between Grudens: Raiders coach Jon and Redskins coach Jay.

Whether or not multiple teams are actually involved depends on if one believes Pittsburgh is attempting to boost its trade return through sourced reports versus the reality that Brown should and could command a robust trade market.

Antonio Brown could have his new home before the week is over.

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They had to trade away Khalil Mack and Amari Cooper to get that kind of draft capital, but Gruden and general manager Mike Mayock are building the team they see fit and it wouldn't shock me at all to see Brown join the Raiders.

The Steelers need to trade Brown before March 17 if they want to avoid paying him a $2.5 million roster bonus. Kevin Colbert said during the NFL Combine that three teams reached out. He's never played for a franchise that struggles at the quarterback position.

Brown has asked for a trade after his relationship with the Steelers went south last season. The Pittsburgh Steelers will surely do everything in their power to commence a deal prior to that specific date.

On Instagram Live last month, Brown told teams with guaranteed money to call him. Brown's game is to end the contests before they begin, and he does that with a supernatural combination of speed, agility, and route awareness.

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