According to multiple reports, Steelers WR Antonio Brown will likely be traded by Friday.

Steelers GM Kevin Colbert, according to reports, has told teams to prepare their best offers ASAP as they expect to have a deal completed for Brown by Friday.

Three teams that are currently linked to Brown are the Raiders, Titans, and Redskins.

NFL Network’s Ian Rapport reports that three new teams have jumped into the AB sweepstakes within the last 48 hours, although those teams are not known at this time.

Reportedly, the Arizona Cardinals and the New York Jets are out of the running for acquiring the nine-year wide out.

Brown, has three years remaining on his contract, and is due over $36.4 million over the next three seasons.

The Steelers are currently asking for a first-round pick to acquire Brown, and any deal for Brown can not be announced until next week when the new league year starts.

Brown, who has requested a trade, has six straight 100-catch seasons, which is an NFL record.

The All-Pro is due a roster bonus on March 17th worth $2.5 million.

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