It's been a tumultuous season for the black and yellow.
The Pittsburgh Steelers were eliminated from playoff contention on Sunday despite their win against the Cincinnati Bengals. One of the interesting storylines from that game was the fact that star wide receiver Antonio Brown did not play. Thanks to a report from Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, we now know why.
It was reported that Brown became angry with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger during practice and threw a football at him, which sparked Brown's desire to leave the team. Brown isn't the only Steelers player who has been upset with the organization this season. Running back Le'Veon Bell sat out the whole season due to a contract dispute.
In a later report from Ian Rapoport of ESPN, it was revealed that Brown didn't officially request to be moved, but did say "I'm Done!"
Although for now, it seems as though the Steelers won't be giving Brown what he wants. ESPN's Bill Barnell explained that the structure of Brown's deal discourages the Steelers from making any moves.
The team will be in for an interesting off-season now that both Brown and Bell are unhappy with their situation, especially with George Kittle of the San Francisco 49ers already trying to recruit Brown on Twitter.