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Tim Benz: Build a Kevin Colbert statue if he gets a 1-round for Antonio Brown

55 minutes ago If Steelers Secretary General Kevin Colbert really ends with a first round draft of dissatisfied broad recipient Antonio Brown, who makes me sad. I've always liked Colbert. So I would hate to be in prison on a grand-larceny charge. That's what would be justified if Colbert can steal another club's first round of picking to "Mr. Big Chest." If he can bid on Steeler's biggest problem and get a first class return, the organization will tear down Art Rooney Sr. -statyn. Then they should rebuild it. But this time it should be Colbert with the smile on his face, smoking a cigar, while the "boss" stands by his side and lights another one for him. And so, in my eyes, they will fall some ash on an old No. 84 Brown Jersey. If you believe in NFL.com's Ian Rapoport &#821 1; even though Ben Roethlisberger told us, we should never do it – Steelers still holds out the hope that a first rounder can come their way for AB # Steelers is still high on an Antonio Brown price tag … pic.twitter.com/F6jj4YqYdA – Ian Rapoport (@ RapSheet) March 6, 2019 The reinforcing report is this tweet from Adam Schefter. Laws that have spoken to Steelers if a potential Antonio Brown trade has been told that a deal is expected to be in place by Friday, by league sources. – Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 6, 2019 If vid is correct, Steelers has a first round offer they are…

55 minutes ago

If Steelers Secretary General Kevin Colbert really ends with a first round draft of dissatisfied broad recipient Antonio Brown, who makes me sad.

I’ve always liked Colbert. So I would hate to be in prison on a grand-larceny charge.

That’s what would be justified if Colbert can steal another club’s first round of picking to “Mr. Big Chest.” If he can bid on Steeler’s biggest problem and get a first class return, the organization will tear down Art Rooney Sr. -statyn. Then they should rebuild it. But this time it should be Colbert with the smile on his face, smoking a cigar, while the “boss” stands by his side and lights another one for him.

And so, in my eyes, they will fall some ash on an old No. 84 Brown Jersey.

If you believe in NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport &#821

1; even though Ben Roethlisberger told us, we should never do it – Steelers still holds out the hope that a first rounder can come their way for AB

The reinforcing report is this tweet from Adam Schefter.

If vid is correct, Steelers has a first round offer they are willing to take and just trying to suck something better from someone else. Or it is possible that the best offer on the table is slightly lower than a first round and the club is trying to pump the pump before the free agency starts March 13 – and before Brown’s $ 2.5 million roster bonus is due on March 18. 19659003] I have long been convinced that Steelers fans should be happy if the Steelers could go away with a mid-to-late second round.

Perhaps I was too simplistic to say this in view of the circumstances and contractual about Brown’s situation, but if Martavis Bryant could give a third round from the Raiders, Brown could acquire at least one secondary.

Although he is older. And more expensive. And maybe even more emotionally volatile.

But a first-rounder? Really? It is still possible?

I do not question it from “valuation point of view”. Even at the age of 30 and with a career with low percentage last year, Brown also comes from a career-high 15 touchdowns. His 104 receptions were on par with the last two seasons of 101 and 106. And many of his other speeches were as good as they were two years ago.

Obviously, Brown is worth first-round compensation. However, he is a guy that Steelers cannot keep due to the conditions he had with Roethlisberger and head coach Mike Tomlin. Besides, he doesn’t want to stay. He may not register for the team if Steelers retains him. Therefore, they can get $ 22.1 million to count on the cover that cannot be used anywhere else. It’s even more exposure than they had when putting a franchise code of $ 14.54 million on Le & # 39; Veon Bell a year ago.

In other words, Steelers is not exactly managing a strength here. Yes, Brown is a great asset to offer. That’s until you understand that Steelers can’t keep him. In addition, his irregular behavior has made him a more risky investment to start.

So if Colbert can go back in the first round with all this, God bless him.

Maybe that’s why – as I’ve said in weeks – the Raiders seem like such a probable destination. They have three first rounds. Perhaps if their last – the 27th in the first round – is at risk of a proven talent like Brown, it would feel like an estimated gig to the Oakland leadership.

It would be particularly understandable because that download originally came from Dallas in the Amari Cooper trade last year.

In fact, Oakland was able to justify the theoretical trade by saying that they stopped acting Amari Cooper for Antonio Brown.

I would do that deal based on how Cooper had failed to flourish in Silver and Black.

Just between you and me, if Oakland gave up pick 35 in the second round, I would also be happy with it.

In that case, Colbert would not get statue.

Maybe just a mannequin to replace Franco Harris at the airport.

Tim Benz is a Tribune review staff author. You can contact Tim at [email protected] or via Twitter . All tweets can be reposted. All emails are subject to publication unless otherwise stated.

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