Detroit Lions WR Kenny Golladay doesn't think team needs Antonio Brown

Bruce Arians Sees 'Too Much Diva' in Antonio Brown in Steelers Dispute

He is one of the hardest-working players on the team, he contributed to a lot of wins, and I think someday maybe we'll understand better what happened here during the last week of the season, but I don't really understand it right now.

Arians used to have a close-up view of Brown when he served as the Steelers' offensive coordinator.

Brown, unsurprisingly, has heard Arians' comments.

With the news that Antonio Brown could be on the move from the Pittsburgh Steelers, NFL teams are putting together trade offers for the All-Pro receiver. "By the end of the season, they were both winning for us to go to the Super Bowl".

Brown, meanwhile, remains in major trade rumors, as it seems unlikely that he'll be back in Pittsburgh in 2019.

Arians told Schefter that the Brown he's seeing today is not who he saw when the team drafted the wide receiver in 2010.

As for an extension for Mike Tomlin, which is usually done every two years, Rooney said, "those are things we get to later in the offseason". Brown missed the last game of the season against the Cincinnati Bengals after an altercation with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger at practice.

Reports surfaced on Tuesday that Brown does have interest in joining the 49ers via former San Francisco great Jerry Rice. Rooney mentioned that he is "disappointed" that Brown had not returned phone calls.

Meanwhile, emerging Lions receiver Kenny Golladay said he does not see any reason for his team to acquire Brown.

Brown followed up his tweet by teasing a "big interview", which he has done a few other times. "But with me, T.J. Jones, Brandon Powell, Chris Lacy, Bruce Ellington - I mean, the list just goes on".

"I don't know where that comes from", said Rooney.

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