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People thought the Steelers were crazy but Antonio Brown is a cancer

Antonio Brown is a head case, and the Steelers were smart to trade him. Thank God the Bills did not land him. Let the Raiders have to deal with him.

The Pittsburgh Steelers traded Antonio Brown and many thought they were crazy. If you look at the performance on the field, Antonio Brown is one of the best wide receivers in the NFL, but there was a reason why the Steelers rid themselves of the cancer in their locker room.

Antonio Brown was going to be traded to the Buffalo Bills and as a huge Bills fan, I must say, THANK GOD they did not trade for him. Antonio Brown since landing with the Raiders has been a head case. He is not practicing again because of his helmet dispute, and get this today, the Raiders GM Mike Mayock called him out.

When the Raiders team posts a Tweet like this it means something. The Raiders and their GM are upset. They should be too, and if you have to ask if a player is “All-In” that basically means he is not All-In.

The Raiders should trade Antonio Brown, he is not helping them in any way. I cannot see Jon Gruden, Mike Mayock and Antonio Brown working out. I have a feeling this will implode before it is all over.

Just remember this: The Steelers took a $21M Cap hit to move Antonio Brown off their roster for a couple of mid-round picks. Let that sink in…..

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