Updated odds reveal most likely destination for Antonio Brown after Bills trade fiasco
It seemed like the Antonio Brown saga had finally come to an end Thursday night – but the star wide receiver is still on the Steelers, and is still looking for a trade.
Earlier in the week, reports had circulated that Brown would be on the move as soon as Friday. The Buffalo Bills revealed they had been talking with the Steelers about acquiring Brown, but in the end, Bills GM Brandon Beane said the deal "didn't make sense for either side."
If Brown is still on Pittsburgh's roster come March 17, the team will owe him a hefty bonus – and with the new league year beginning March 13, several valuable players are about to enter free agency and could prove to be an easier pickup than Brown has.
Despite the drama that has consistently been swirling around the seven-time Pro-Bowler, Brown is still one of the best wide receivers in the NFL today, and according to Las Vegas, at least 10 teams are still potential landing spots for the star.
Click through below to see which teams Brown is most likely to end up with: