Brown looks like he wants to come to San Francisco.
It's no secret that Antonio Brown is upset with the Pittsburgh Steelers and might want to get out of the Steel City. He missed the team's last game of the season after having an altercation with Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger at practice. Since then, he hasn't talked to the organization, with team president Art Rooney II saying they won't release Brown but everything else is on the table.
There have been plenty of reports that Brown actually wants to play for the San Francisco 49ers "really bad," according to former San Fran legend Jerry Rice.
One 49ers player, Richard Sherman, was asked by TMZ Sports about Brown and how he would feel if the star wide receiver made his way to the Bay area.
"Good luck to him," Sherman said. "Go wherever makes you happy."
Sherman played for the Seattle Seahawks for the majority of his career, winning a Super Bowl back in 2014. He joined the 49ers back in March, although the team didn't have much success, finishing with a record of 4-12. Despite that, Sherman said he has enjoyed his time with the organization, which will probably sway Brown to want to join the team even more.
Where do you think Antonio Brown is going to end up?