Antonio Brown Found Guilty In Speeding Incident, Ordered To Pay Fine

Antonio Brown Found Guilty In Speeding Incident, Ordered To Pay Fine

According to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora, Brown still wants to be traded and the Steelers are hoping to formally begin trade talks at the NFL Combine, which kicks off on February 26.

"Thank you SteelerNation for a big 9 years", Brown wrote on Twitter.

Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown was found guilty of reckless driving on Tuesday after failing to show up for his trial.

Financially, it doesn't make much sense for the Steelers to trade Brown, even if the Chiefs or another team were interested.

If it was ever uncertain, Antonio Brown made one point abundantly clear today: He wants out of Pittsburgh. After everything Carson Wentz just went through regarding reports of him being selfish, it would be interesting to see if the Eagles would be prepared to deal with the off and on-field drama Brown could bring when unhappy.

It has also emerged Brown was hit with two lawsuits in October for an incident that allegedly occurred at his South Florida high-rise last April. The woman did not press charges and police have taken no further action. For one, they now are in search of a franchise quarterback, which will be needed to appeal to Brown or any receiver for that matter.

ESPN reported that Brown, who signed a four-year contract extension in 2017 worth $68 million, had officially requested a move. Since then, he has recorded more than 1,000 yards receiving in seven of his nine seasons in the league.

Azzanni has experience coaching Brown - he was Central Michigan's wide receivers coach from 2007-2009, the same three years that Brown attended the school.

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