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Sportsbook favors Steelers’ Antonio Brown ending up with 49ers |

Sportsbook favors Steelers’ Antonio Brown ending up with 49ers

Chris Adamski
| Tuesday, January 15, 2019 12:51 p.m

The sportsbook community has spoken. And it believes that Antonio Brown has played his final down for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The odds for where Brown mostly likely will play in 2019 is not a surprising one: the San Francisco 49ers. released prop-betting lines for Brown’s team in Week 1 of the 2019 regular season. It gives the Steelers only a 1-in-15 chance of keeping Brown (+1500 odds represents a $1,500 return on a $100 bet) – among a four-way tie for the 10th-most likely team Brown plays for come this fall.

The 49ers are the favorites at +200, followed by the New York Jets (+300), Buffalo Bills (+450) and Arizona Cardinals (+500).

The longest shot? The New York Giants at +30,000. Apparently, The Guys in The Desert don’t think that the Mara family has the stomach for both Brown and Odell Beckham.

Interestingly, BetDSI keeps the Steelers’ division rivals (Browns, +1000; Bengals, +2000; Ravens, +6000) and longtime nemesis Patriots (+7000) relatively in play and not among the most extreme of longshots.

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Chris Adamski is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chris at or via Twitter @C_AdamskiTrib.

Chris Adamski is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chris by email at or via Twitter .

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