Antonio Brown Has a New Home

It’s official: Antonio Brown won’t be a Colt. Although, when you see what the Raiders gave up for him, maybe you’ll regret that Chris Ballard didn’t pull the trigger...

 
 

A third and a fifth-round pick isn’t much to surrender for a guy who has averaged 110+ catches and 1500+ yards over the last six years, but a hefty pay raise came with it. Brown, who will turn 31 in July, reworked his contract to pay him over $50 million for the remaining three years on his deal.

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