All-Professional vast receiver Antonio Brown has requested the Pittsburgh Steelers to industry him, more than one media retailers reported Tuesday, as Brown bid farewell to Steelers lovers on social media.
“Thanks SteelerNation for a large nine years,” Brown wrote on Twitter. “Time to transport on and ahead………. #NewDemands.” Brown posted a equivalent message on Instagram and each posts integrated a montage of profession highlights accompanied by way of the music, “Do What I Need” by way of rapper Lil Uzi Vert.
The 30-year-old Brown has been rumored to be unsatisfied in Pittsburgh since he was once benched for the regular-season finale towards the Cincinnati Bengals following a convention dispute with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The Steelers received the sport however overlooked the playoffs for the primary time since 2013.
STEELERS STAR ANTONIO BROWN BENCHED AFTER DISPUTE WITH BEN ROETHLISBERGER, REPORT SAYS
Previous Tuesday, Brown was once convicted in absentia on a fee of reckless using in a suburban Pittsburgh court docket. Brown was once charged in November for using his black sports activities automobile over 100 mph in a 45 mph zone. He paid a $426.77 advantageous. Brown didn’t attend Tuesday’s listening to.
Past the reckless using fee, a lawsuit filed in October alleged that Brown hurled a number of massive items of furnishings off the 14th-floor balcony of his Florida condominium throughout an April outburst. The lawsuit claims that one piece of furnishings just about hit a 22-month-old kid and his grandfather.
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In spite of the off-field strife, Brown stuck 104 passes for 1,297 yards and a club-record 15 touchdowns in 2018. He has made no less than 100 receptions in six consecutive seasons and owns the Steelers single-season checklist for catches and receiving yards (136 for 1,834 in 2015).
In line with the Pittsburgh Submit-Gazette, Brown can’t be traded till March 13, the beginning of the NFL’s league yr. ESPN studies that Brown is due a $2.five million roster bonus on March 17. If he’s traded after that date, his cap hit will building up from $21.12 million to $23.62 million. Then again, ESPN studies that cap hit will also be unfold over more than one years if Brown is traded after June 1.
The Related Press contributed to this document.