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With Antonio Brown's relationship with Ben Roethlisberger reportedly going from bad to worse this season, it appears the star wide receiver has reached a breaking point. Brown officially requested a trade from the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to Jason LaCanfora, and here are his three most likely trade destinations.
3. Oakland Raiders
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It'd be an ironic turn of events to see the Raiders turnaround and trade for a star wide receiver after already dealing Amari Cooper to the Dallas Cowboys for a first-round pick earlier this season. But now, head coach Jon Gruden has a ton of picks to deal and, with the franchise moving to Las Vegas after next season, might want a top wideout like Brown.
2. New York Jets
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Even though rookie QB Sam Darnold really flashed at times down the stretch this season, things with Jets wide receiver corps hasn't panned out exactly the way they were hoping for this year. Adding AB to Darnold's arsenal makes him an immediately better QB.
1. Arizona Cardinals
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There's no telling how much more veteran Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has left in the tank out in Phoenix, and adding a weapon like Brown to assist rookie quarterback Josh Rosen's professional development could be the greatest part of making a move like this. Plus, the Cardinals have the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft this year, so it could work out.
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