One receiver isn't going to be enough to turn things around for Buffalo so they should be looking for low-priced but high potential options like Tyrell Williams, Adam Humphries, Devin Funchess, and John Brown in free agency.
However, three other noted National Football League scribes disputed Rapoport's reporting early Friday morning.
Now, a maddening twist.
Then the Buffalo News and other outlets came out with reports saying a deal between the teams now seems unlikely. Whichever team lands Brown likely will have to depart with a first-round draft pick.
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Well. that second part isn't looking good for the Steelers, either. Seems all those people who joked about Brown going to the Bills were on to something.
It's unknown how the Raiders will approach the situation at this point, but Brown's potential unwillingness to report to Buffalo could impact trade offers. Rapoport noted that while the Bills employed "stealth" in their approach, in that they were not among the teams prominently linked to him, they "have a need" at the position. If the Steelers get desperate enough, they may end up unloading the disgruntled receiver for a shockingly low return.
We'll have more on the reported trade once it's official. A Brown trade could be on the verge of happening, however, according to Brown himself. Her certainly hasn't looked like a pill that's worth the side effects.
Brown, 30, wanted to be paid, too. He'd be the hardest-working guy on just about any team, and those in the Steeler organization, even now, will be first to tell you that.