The breakup between Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers was well-documented, and pretty severe. But after three years apart, the wide receiver is asking to come home.
Brown, who played nine years with the Steelers, made a superstar career for himself in Pittsburgh. He made seven Pro Bowls and was named an All-Pro four years in a row. Then, after disagreements with the organization, he was traded to the Las Vegas Raiders.
Now, he's saying he wants to retire a Steeler.
Brown has spent time with the Raiders, New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was most-recently released after leaving mid-game due to an argument about his health.
Brown once totaled 837 receptions, 12,291 receiving yards and 74 touchdowns with the Steelers.
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