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National media give plenty of opinions on Antonio Brown’s trade

Bret Gibson
| Sunday, March 10, 2019 10:02 p.m

There was no shortage of thoughts from the national sports media Sunday from the Antonio Brown trade to the Oakland Raiders.

From ESPN to the NFL Network and with the numerous social media posts, everyone had an opinion.

The Raiders traded a third- and fifth-round pick to the Pittsburgh Steelers for the wide receiver.

According to ESPN, Brown will receive a new three-year deal worth up to $54.125 million with over $30 million guaranteed. He will now be the highest-paid wide receiver in the NFL. Brown had three years and almost $39 million left on his contract with the Steelers, none of which was guaranteed.

Good and bad, the talking heads went into overdrive with their takes on the details of the trade.


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