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Antonio Brown likely on his way out with Steelers: owner

11 January 2019

"We'll look at all the options", Rooney said.

And that has now made an offseason for the Steelers that already was sure to be littered with questions about how to prop open that closing window of opportunity a little more ... shall we say ... drama-filled.

Rooney added he will talk to other players to see how they feel, but it would be "hard to envision" Brown still with the Steelers when they report to training camp in July.

"There's not much we can do right now; we have time to make a decision", Rooney told Dulac.

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Not helping matters: Nobody from the Steelers has officially spoken with Brown since December 30, the day the Steelers' season ended without a playoff berth.

On top of everything that is going on, Rooney also revealed that Brown has refused to return repeated phone calls from him and coach Mike Tomlin. But to have the entire situation turn into a potential trade scenario and possibly seeing Brown in a different uniform in 2019 is shocking.

Rooney said in the interview that salary cap implications would not "box us into anything". "If we decide something has to be done, we'll figure out how to deal with that". The asking price for Brown will likely be high. This won't be resolved anytime soon - March at the earliest. "All options are on the table". We all know there have been problems with Brown's attitude and his relationship with the team over the last two seasons. There's no sense making the decision now. Brown registered 104 receptions with a league-leading 15 receiving touchdowns through 15 games in 2018, and he has reached the 1,000-yard receiving mark in seven of his nine NFL seasons.

Antonio Brown likely on his way out with Steelers: owner