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Antonio Brown Trade?

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  1. Sgt Brutus

    Sgt Brutus Well-Known Member

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    I know a lot of Steelers fans who feel the same way about the fat fuck

    Nowhere did I even remotely suggest Ben is at fault for everything or even a majority. Who’s full of shit?
     



  2. Ojb81

    Ojb81 Godbless you

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    You're the one who's full of shit, I just told you.

    "b-b-b-but I know Steeler fans who hate Ben, toooOOooO!!"

    Jesus H...:L
     
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  3. SteelersPride

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    at least know what ur talking about, ur trolling good, but come on
     
  4. Sharkonabicycle

    Sharkonabicycle Bipedal Sea Dog Supporting Member Level 1

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    Jets, Browns, 49ers, basically all the teams with a ton of draft ammo and a FUCK ton of cap because they have shit cap room or are run by Jed the trust fund douche York will pay a King's ransom. TRADE HIM NOW, get 2 1st rounders, and move on. Pitts, is done anyway with this legacy. Tomlin is one of the worst coaches in NFL history wasting that talent, Ben is another cycle accident away from a 40 year coma+death, and the rest of the team is a bunch of old regime has beens who have done nothing.


    Steelers should sell now HIGH.
     
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    Trading Antonio Brown

    "Cap Savings

    It’s a moot point really, because no amount of cap savings is likely equal to the value of Antonio Browns’ potential on-field production in 2019, but there is a bit of cap to be cleared here

    Between March 13th - March 17th
    The Steelers would save $1.045M of 2019 cap space, $18.34M in 2020, $19.54M in 2021

    Between March 17th - June 1st
    The Steelers would lose $1.455M of 2019 cap space, $18.34M in 2020, $19.54M in 2021

    After June 1st
    The Steelers would clear $12.625M of 2019 cap space, $4.26M in 2020, $19.54M in 2021



    The Traded Contract
    When he’s traded, Brown will bring over a deal with three years remaining in one of the following formats:

    If traded prior to March 17th, the deal will be 3 years, $38.9M, including cash & cap figures of $15.125M, $11.3M, & $12.5M through 2021.

    If traded after March 17th, the deal will be 3 years, $36.425M, including cash & cap figures of $12.625M, $11.3M, & $12.5M through 2021"
     
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  6. handicappers

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    Looks like he'll be heading to Dallas
     
  7. Southieinnc

    Southieinnc Intense in my time, timeless in my intensity

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    Why? There's plenty of dancers in Dallas.....
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  8. eaglesnut

    eaglesnut The Truth

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    Should be easy as fuck to trade him at those numbers.
     
  9. Shanemansj13

    Shanemansj13 Finger Poppin Dat Asshole

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    Atlanta Falcons +400
    Detroit Lions +500
    New York Jets +500
    Oakland Raiders +600
    Indianapolis Colts +600

    I wouldn't put my money on ATL. I would go Lions or Raiders...the Colts could be fun.
     
  10. Across The Field

    Across The Field THEE Authoritay

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    I think the Jets make the most sense out of these teams. As long as that dumbass Robby Anderson can keep his head on straight, that'd make for a scary WR duo. They have plenty of cap space and quality draft capital.
     
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    Alright guy
     
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  12. Jikkle

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    The Colts would love it but I don't see any way the Steelers trade him there unless the Colts massively overpay. Colts are a playoff team and the last thing the Steelers are going to want is to face the Colts in the playoffs and get bounced with AB having a massive day on them.

    Smart money is on an NFC team because that's where the Steelers are going to look to send him.
     
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  13. Schmoopy1000

    Schmoopy1000 When all else fails, Smack em' in the Mouth!

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    Detroit sounds like a good place. Not sure on the Cap situation though.
    They have a gun slinging QB, that would feed him the ball a ton for his ego & stats. Which he cares more about than Winning. So it sounds tailor made for him. Also in the NFC.
     
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  14. thedddd

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    That helped the Knights a lot. If they were a garbage typical expansion team year one I can guarantee the relocation talks would start soon.

    The only sustainable long-term thing for the Raiders is not even the fan's of the opponents but folks going to Vegas in general. They might make it part of their trips but once again that will most likely only fill about 10-15% of the stadium.
     
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    Oh yeah.

    And the other thing with the Lions there is no fear of them meeting in the super bowl. :behindsofa:
     
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    Schmoopy1000 When all else fails, Smack em' in the Mouth!

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    oops I quoted the wrong guy LOL. Was reading what he quoted & was responding to that.
    LOL I am a dumbass sometimes :D
     
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    ^ Side not about Detroit. I did not realize they have never played a playoff game in Ford Field.
    So that means the only team to win a playoff game there is the Steelers and the only team to lose is the Seahawks. :L
     
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  18. Shanemansj13

    Shanemansj13 Finger Poppin Dat Asshole

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    They also love overpaying WR's and/or drafting WR's very high in the NFL draft lol. They would pay ABrown to keep Stafford happy.
     
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  19. SteelersPride

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    U got ur shit wrong on ben
     
  20. NWPATSFAN

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    This is fake news.
    He hasn't shown up on any recent police reports.

    No way he's going to Dallas.
     
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