The 49ers' coach hadn't fielded questions on the topic of possibly trading for the embattled receiver since Brown's relationship with the Pittsburgh Steelers soured and both sides agreed this month it would be best to move on. Even though Brown wants out, he is still the best wide receiver in the game and deserves a nice trade return. They're not changing. You know what I mean?
Brown led the National Football League with 15 touchdowns catches last season and set a record with for most catches (582) over a five-year span (2013-17).
Shanahan indicated he's willing to take a deeper look into the situation with Brown and the Steelers. "What we also acknowledged is that we will only make a trade if it benefits the Pittsburgh Steelers". I want them to step up and say, 'Hey Ben, what do I have to do?
Brown met with team president Art Rooney II last week, and he later announced on Twitter that both sides had made a decision to part ways. "If not then we'll deal with that when we get there".
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"The last time I spoke, I think I said three teams", Colbert said. He also discussed Steelers GM Kevin Colbert and his recent remarks about quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
In previous posts and rants on social media, the seven-time Pro Bowler has cast blame onto Ben Roethlisberger for his discontent, saying the longtime Steelers quarterback has an "owner mentality" and can call out any player or coach without effect, suggesting the two lack a "mutual respect" for each other. There's 52 kids and it's this guy [Roethlisberger].
"He pretty much just explained what I already had told everyone", Brown said.
Translation: the Browns, Ravens or Bengals would have to absolutely blow his mind with an offer, presumably including multiple high draft picks.