NFL Minute: Why are the Falcons the favorites to land Antonio Brown?

NFL Minute: Why are the Falcons the favorites to land Antonio Brown?

NFL Minute: Why are the Falcons the favorites to land Antonio Brown?

"I've heard so many stories - and I like Antonio, he plays as hard as anybody on Sunday, and he practices hard".

"No offense to Antonio Brown, he's gonna go down as one of the greats, an unbelievable player", Golladay said.

Carter believes New England is a "viable" landing spot for Brown should Pittsburgh elect to move the 30-year-old.

"He's just got to make better decisions off the field, be on time, do some of those little things".

During an appearance on ESPN's "The Adam Schefter Podcast" on Tuesday, Arians, the new Buccaneers head coach, expressed his views of the Steelers-Brown situation.

"He was the hardest working", Arians said. Boy, they went after it because (coach) Mike Tomlin used to tell them, "two dogs, one bone".




Pittsburgh Steelers beat writer Joe Rutter was among the media who spoke to Pittsburgh Steelers' president Art Rooney II on Wednesday and part of the conversation was a reflection on last season.

As the hot takes concerning Antonio Brown's actions at the end of the 2018 season continue to streak across the sky, Brown isn't taking them quietly.

It was reported that the Detroit Lions had the second best odds in Las Vegas to land Brown from the Steelers.

"No offense to Antonio Brown, he's gonna go down as one of the greats, an wonderful player", Golladay told the Detroit Free Press. "I have trust in those guys and I know the organization does as well".

"I think the kind of bottom line evaluation of that is, this guy was a great football player in this league over multiple years", said Rooney.

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