There is no doubt that Antonio Brown will be back in the NFL in 2020. The only question is what week and what team will he be with.
You can go ahead and count the Steelers out of that.
During his recent apology tour, Antonio Brown delivered a personal message of remorse to Ben Roethlisberger, claiming he was ungrateful of the quarterback during their time as teammates.
Many thought he was trying to get back in their good graces and hopefully get a reunion.
On Monday, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin squashed that notion.
“I’ll say this: once a Steeler, always a Steeler,” Tomlin said on ESPN’s “First Take.” “We had great success over the course of nine-plus years with Antonio. We’re always going to be interested in his growth and development as a man. We’re open to assisting him in that, but we have no current business interest at this time.”