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In First Call on Monday, Antonio Brown replicated the Steelers on Twitter, posted a picture of himself in half a San Francisco uniform, and preferred to land in Atlanta. Apart from that, it was a quiet weekend for the old A.B.
Since the start of Antonio Brown's trade talks, former and current San Francisco 49ers players have reiterated the idea that their team is acquiring the troubled Star of the Steelers.
The legend of San Francisco, Jerry Rice, gave his seal of approval. George Kittle and Joe Staley caused a sensation in social media.
Now, Brown has posted a photo of herself on Instagram in a split jersey. Half in a Steelers jersey. Half rice in a Niners jersey.
Many have described Antonio Brown as a split personality. That's ridiculous.
Oooh. That hurts.
Why should you split the jersey? Brown removed his connection to the Steelers of Twitter.
So it's really over now, right?
– Alex Kozora (@Alex_Kozora) January 14, 2019
Brown also seemed to shoot at Tomlin's favorite cliche: "The standard is the standard . "
For a man living on social media like Brown, this is probably a more meaningful message from AB when all these practices had to be skipped.
Set Your Own Standards
– Antonio Brown (@ AB84) January 14, 2019
If A.B. it really sets its own standards, they are pretty low. At least when it comes to behaving like an adult.
So far an answer from the Steelers? You can not officially remove him from the squad by March 13th.
Despite the publicity that Brown got from the people of San Francisco, the 49ers are not very high on the favorites list to acquire him.
In a sports book, the hawks are the most likely target.
Antonio Brown's team on September 1, 2019: Atlanta Falcons + 400Detroit Lions + 500New York Jets + 500Oakland Raiders + 600 Indian Cols + Colts + 600 Complete list: https://t.co/5MDYRC8tbQ pic.twitter.com/ cdqywvjzAS
– MyBookie Sportsbook (@betmybookie) January 11, 2019
Given the existing depth of the Falcons at Wide Receiver I do not buy this idea. I can definitely see the lions, jets and raiders. The Colts already have an alpha receiver in T.Y. Hilton But maybe I would.
But San Francisco should be on this list.
Baseball or football?
Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray has a big decision to make.
Oklahoma's challenger today has to decide whether to participate in the NFL draft or sign a contract with the Oakland A & # 39; s to play baseball.
Obviously, he asks many A & # 39; s to reach a deal.
According to a source close to the situation, Kyler Murray's figure is $ 15 million. He wants the big money to stay with baseball, otherwise he'll go into the NFL draft tomorrow. The A & # 39; s do everything they can and send their top brass under the direction of Billy Beane to him.
– Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) January 13, 2019
Murray has already received a drawing bonus of $ 4.6 million from the A members when he was moved to ninth place overall because he was promoted to At the time of his election, baseball had believed.
Speaking of big money
We wait to see who gets big paychecks in the big leagues. Apparently, Manny Machado has an offer on the table. And it's been eight years from the Chicago White Sox.
This is about Jeff Passan at ESPN. We do not know the amount yet. But expect it to be massive.
Passan also writes that Machado is still talking to the Phillies, "while their persecution of Bryce Harper increased through a personal meeting in Las Vegas over the weekend."
In the meantime, the pirates signed Lonnie Chisenhall. So you know almost the same thing.