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My Steelers fans friends all say it is Rape-less burger who is the cancer in the locker room and insist that Brown is a good teammate. They also say that the issues currently are that ownership backs the QB in any issues and Brown finally got tired of his bullshit.

I'd take Brown and his skillset in a heartbeat. No need for Bell at this point.
Sounds like neither of the three is beyond reproach with the team's issues.
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My Steelers fans friends all say it is Rape-less burger who is the cancer in the locker room and insist that Brown is a good teammate. They also say that the issues currently are that ownership backs the QB in any issues and Brown finally got tired of his bullshit.

I'd take Brown and his skillset in a heartbeat. No need for Bell at this point.
Brown should at least man up and return a phone call from the owner or coach. Not doing that is childish.
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My Steelers fans friends all say it is Rape-less burger who is the cancer in the locker room and insist that Brown is a good teammate. They also say that the issues currently are that ownership backs the QB in any issues and Brown finally got tired of his bullshit.

I'd take Brown and his skillset in a heartbeat. No need for Bell at this point.
I have little doubt Ben is a part of the problem, but come the fuck on AB is being a Dumbass Diva in all this.
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The Steelers Bell (RB) and Brown (WR) both would be a cancer to this locker room. Rather not pursue either
Give me Bell over Mack
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What round pick would be too high to give up for Brown? For me at this point, I wouldn't give up more than a 4, because I'm not upset if I lose a 4 and Brown doesn't work out. Also, if he leaves the Steelers, his new team has him on a $0 guaranteed contract, so cutting him would not be an issue at any point, meaning if he comes in and acts like a diva/fool, it's not an issue. I'd want to talk to him first, but getting his talent for a 4 with that little risk attached is something I'd do.
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What round pick would be too high to give up for Brown? For me at this point, I wouldn't give up more than a 4, because I'm not upset if I lose a 4 and Brown doesn't work out. Also, if he leaves the Steelers, his new team has him on a $0 guaranteed contract, so cutting him would not be an issue at any point, meaning if he comes in and acts like a diva/fool, it's not an issue. I'd want to talk to him first, but getting his talent for a 4 with that little risk attached is something I'd do.
For me, it's a 3rd. Nothing higher, and I doubt that would be enough.
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For me, it's a 3rd. Nothing higher, and I doubt that would be enough.
I doubt they're going to get much offered the way Brown is acting. Randy Moss was traded for a 4 when he was being a malcontent. I also doubt the Steelers are going to take him back after this.
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I doubt they're going to get much offered the way Brown is acting. Randy Moss was traded for a 4 when he was being a malcontent.
I wanted Moss in a big way. Dude is one of the smartest football players there is
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What round pick would be too high to give up for Brown? For me at this point, I wouldn't give up more than a 4, because I'm not upset if I lose a 4 and Brown doesn't work out. Also, if he leaves the Steelers, his new team has him on a $0 guaranteed contract, so cutting him would not be an issue at any point, meaning if he comes in and acts like a diva/fool, it's not an issue. I'd want to talk to him first, but getting his talent for a 4 with that little risk attached is something I'd do.
I guess at that small amount of compensation things change, but I can't realistically see him going anywhere near that low, especially in the same conference.
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Hmmmm......I didn't realize it but TY and AB share a special bond. They grew up in the same part of Miami and though they never played together, TYs dad was his coach and an important figure in his life due to a troubled childhood. Raises a new wrinkle.

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