It was reported earlier on Monday that the Raiders, Broncos and Cardinals are among the teams with the most interest in trading for Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown.
That all changed just hours later when Mike Klis of 9 News in Denver tapped into his sources and found out the Broncos were not interested in Brown’s services at all.
Taking on Brown means taking on a $12.625 million salary this year and possibly a $2.5 million roster bonus.
Pittsburgh is looking to trade the seven-time Pro Bowler, not only because he was essentially suspended for the final game of the 2018 season because of his behavior, but his slander of multiple members inside the organization during various interviews and social media posts. Plus, he also requested a trade many times and even sent out a goodbye video to Steelers fans.
Since 2014, Brown has led the NFL in either receptions, receiving yards or receiving touchdowns in every year besides 2016. His 15 touchdowns last season were the top mark in the league and a career high.