Steelers And Antonio Brown Agree To Extension

The Pittsburgh Steelers agreed to a contract extension with a wide receiver, except it’s the not the receiver you think.

NFL.com reported that the Steelers and wide receiver Antonio Brown came to terms on a contract extension worth $42.5 million over 5 years.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that the Steelers initiated talks to extend Brown after talks with Mike Wallace completely broke down.

Brown was the Steelers’ second-leading receiver last season with 69 receptions for 1,108 yards and two touchdowns.

The Steelers have been trying for months to sign wide out Mike Wallace to a long-term contract after he refused to sign his franchise tender.

Wallace refuses to play or attend training camp under the $2.7 million tender he was offered.

It now looks like the Steelers may attempt to trade Wallace rather than sit through a lengthy holdout full of distractions.

Pittsburgh does business a certain way and whether Mike Wallace likes it or not his team will move on without him.

3 Comments

  1. Reply Post By LEE73

    Good read

  2. Reply Post By samco25

    Thats a shame

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