A Steelers-Antonio Brown divorce has felt inevitable for weeks, and now the two sides have agreed that a split would be best for all parties.
Brown and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, met with Pittsburgh officials earlier today and it appears that they're on the same page - the Brown era in Steel City is over:
Brown confirmed the meeting with this tweet/snapshot earlier this morning:
The soon-to-be 31-year old is still under contract for three more seasons, and despite his warts, has been an insanely productive player the last six seasons.
It is believed that Pittsburgh would require a first-round and mid-round pick in exchange for Brown, who is going to cost them over $21 million in dead cap should he be traded (or cut).