The Pittsburgh Steelers have had their hands full with Antonio Brown over the last few weeks. Brown missed the team's final game of the season after having an alleged altercation with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger at practice. There have even been reports that he wants to be traded and that the Steelers would be willing to move him. Despite all this, Brown's fellow Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster is speaking out, saying he doesn't want Brown to go.

"No, I don't want AB traded," Smith-Schuster said in a YouTube video posted on Sunday. "He makes me better. He makes the team better. He's awesome. He's a great dude."

"For myself, I learn a lot from him—just playing with him," JuJu added. "If I want to increase my game to be the best, I gotta compete against him. So, I do not want him traded.

Despite JuJu's wishes, it appears as though Brown wants to become a member of the San Francisco 49ers, according to Jerry Rice.

The Hall of Fame wide receiver spoke with Brown over Facetime and as Rice explains, Brown wants to play in San Fran "Really Bad." This news isn't surprising considering Brown has had interactions with other 49ers players on Twitter these past few weeks.