But I will say all other options are on the table.
TMZ caught up to the Atlanta Falcons wide receiver and asked him about the possibility of Brown joining the team. He was inactive for the Steelers' finale after a well-publicized spat in practice with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, and there are rampant rumors he won't be back in Pittsburgh in 2019. Brown has been frustrated by team dynamics for a while but has not discussed a trade since the season ended, according to sources. As Dulac pointed out, Brown is slated to receive a $2.5-million bonus from the club on March 17 and logic tells us the Steelers would more than likely target that as their decision date. His cap hit next season is about $22 million, which would be Detroit's second highest after Stafford. He signed a four-year, $68 million extention in February 2017.
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The 49ers have been in the market for a true No. 1 wide receiver since John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan took over. You'd be hard-pressed to imagine the Steelers trading Brown inside the division, even if there will be discussions in a lot of front offices around the league about the pros and cons of making an offer. He then showed up to play against the Cincinnati Bengals, but the team held Brown out.
Rooney said in the interview that salary-cap implications would not "box us into anything". Another mid-round pick and a roster player would likely have to be part of the package as well.
"The bottom line is we were playing a significant game and he didn't do a good enough job of communicating of being available in the hours leading up to that performance", Tomlin said at the time.