Antonio Brown says goodbye to Steelers fans

Aubrey Yates
February 12, 2019

"SteelerNation thank you for big 9 years!"

Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Brown has neither been traded nor released, but has requested a trade from the Steelers.

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Brown, 30, attached a video of highlights from his time with the Steelers with Lil Uzi Vert's "Now I Do What I Want" playing.

The Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver has been a thorn in the franchise's side all offseason, asking for a trade after the season concluded and has continuously set social media ablaze with cryptic tweets and Instagram activity. Pittsburgh won the game with Brown watching on the sidelines, but missed the playoffs.

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Team president Art Rooney II told reporters last month that something changed with Brown the last week of the season and he wasn't sure why.

Moving on from Brown will come at a price for the Steelers and some risk for the team that trades for him.

If this is indeed the end for Brown as a member of the Steelers, he will go down as one of the organization's best receivers of all time.

This wasn't the only news involving the seven-time Pro Bowl receiver, though. Brown has recorded at least 1,200 receiving yards and nine touchdowns in each of those campaigns, with a 1,698-yard, 13-touchdown season in 2014 marking career-highs in both categories.

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