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Unhappy Steelers WR Antonio Brown to the Chiefs? A Great Thought – But Not Going to Happen

It’s a move that would send severe shockwaves throughout the NFL, and make the Chiefs not only the number one contender in the AFC, but make them the top contender to win Super Bowl LIV in the NFL betting selection at 888 Sport NJ.

The move would be one that would net them all world wide receiver Antonio Brown, a current unhappy player stuck on a fractured team in Pittsburgh playing with the Steelers, who collapsed last season and missed out on the postseason for the first time in four seasons.

Brown is dynamic, makes crazy catches all over the field (as Chiefs fans have seen over the years), and is a game changer at a position that is more and more valuable now with the Chiefs having a MVP at quarterback with Patrick Mahomes throwing passes.

Could you imagine Brown catching passes on a weekly basis from Mahomes?

Forget about last year’s stats with the Steelers when he still had a monster year with 104 catches for 1297 yards and 15 scores, Brown in Kansas City could have well over 1700 yards catching the football and likely close to 20 scores with Mahomes zipping balls to him all over the field.

The biggest question about a possible deal that could get Brown into Arrowhead Stadium would be – what would it take to get him to Kansas City, and would the Steelers ever do such a move knowing that the Chiefs would clearly be the best team in the AFC with him on their roster.

The answer to A would be a simple one – that being what it would take to get Brown to KC? – A LOT. Think about the fact that the Steelers are already saying they want no less than a first round pick for Brown, and add another pick or two and you’re talking.

The Chiefs do have other holes on the roster to fill come draft time, and while adding a player like Brown would be fantastic, it also would cost them quite a bit to make it happen – maybe too much.

Second would be if the Steelers would ever do such a deal – and the answer to that is likely no. Pittsburgh does not want to put itself in even more of a hole in 2019, as they already appear to be getting ready to head into the offseason with Brown gone via trade and Le’Veon Bell history after he sat out all of last year due to a contract dispute.

Pittsburgh is pretty smart when it comes to dealing, so don’t think for a second they want to make the Chiefs any better than they already are.

It would be fun to think about though, and who knows, if no other team comes up shooing, maybe the Steelers would actually consider it.

Fun to think about – but almost a sure ‘no go’ for the Chiefs moving forward.

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