Antonio Brown has agreed terms to sign with the New England Patriots, per Adam Schefter on Twitter.
So, the Antonio Brown experiment is over in Oakland. It's fair to say that it really didn't start, but that only serves to make it sound like nothing happened in the six turmoil filled months he was with the Raiders.
For a franchise that prides itself upon being steady and without drama, the 2018 version of the Pittsburgh Steelers was far from the norm.
On the surface, it looks like the Raiders are all over the place, but there is a method to their madness. Trading Mack and Cooper was a hard pill to swallow, but management knew the Raiders were in no position to contend last year. Rather than commit all that money to Mack and Cooper, they supercharged a rebuild with extra picks, and spread that cap space across multiple needs. After the draft concluded, shortsighted twitter GM’s were quick to mock the Raiders.
Oakland Raiders have agreed to acquire Antonio Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers for a third round and a fifth round pick.
The AFC North is one of the NFL's most interesting divisions this offseason. The Browns, Steelers, Bengals and Ravens all have big decisions to make.
The best wide receiver in football, who turns 31 this July, is due to hit the market and, as you can imagine, there will be numerous suitors.
Yes, yes, we've heard it all season, haven't we? We've heard it for years, actually: The New England Patriots' dynasty is over, and years of obscurity are to follow. We never learn, do we?
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