Antonio Brown



    Team: Pittsburgh Steelers

    Position: WR

    Number: 84

    Experience: 8

    Height/Weight: 5′ 10″ / 181

    College (Hometown): Central Michigan (Miami, FL)



    DRFN: Free Agency, Brown and Beckham, Tight Ends

    When I decided to join Armchair in the Summer of 2017, a lot was different. The...

    Fantasy Football Impact of the Antonio Brown Trade

    How did Antonio Brown being sent to the Raiders impact players' fantasy outlooks? We take a look at some key players that will be affected.

    Not Literally

    This week, the guys get hyped about March Madness (1:05), and then spend most of their time on the best and worst of the week, including the always entertaining Florida Man, trying to figure out if Ben Roethlisberger is getting paid more than the Steelers have to not pay Mr Big Chest, and how documentaries are affect our music (11:50). Is Kevin flip flopping on the most important generational sports question since Ali vs Sugar Ray (51:44). Show notes and more can be found on our website. Music provided by TRUTH. This week’s episode is brought to you, use offer code JPP to add 50% your initial investment, and, a ticket provider for sports, music, shows, and more. Enter Armchair at checkout for 5% off your your ticket price.

    Antonio Brown’s Mic Drop

    AB got his way. Unless something flukey happens between today (March 10) and March 13 at 4:00 pm when NFL trades can become official, he will once again be the highest paid wide receiver in the game. He will purportedly receive a new contract worth $50.125 million over the next three seasons. Of that amount $30.125 million will be guaranteed. In more positive news: Pouncey’s contract extension Ramon “The Big Ragu” Foster re-signs, Finney gets 2nd round tender Unfortunately, we say a fond farewell, to one of the solid offensive line veterans. Gilbert traded to the Cardinals for 6th round pick

    DRFN: WRs, QB Trades, Antonio Brown

    Amid a hectic night in the NFL, Zach Cohen breaks down eight WR prospects, rants about trading two QBs, discusses Antonio Brown's future and more.



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