Should the Eagles trade for Antonio Brown?

Should the Eagles trade for Antonio Brown?

A judge found Brown guilty of reckless driving at a hearing Tuesday morning.

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Over the last couple of months, there's been some drama between Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers, but things were taken to a whole new level on Tuesday when the speedy wideout posted an interesting message to Steelers fans on Twitter, making it seem like he's done with the team.

Whether Brown knows he is being traded, or whether he is simply trying to push the Steelers towards moving him, remains to be seen.

Brown, arguably the best receiver in the league, is signed through the next three seasons and is set to make $12.65 million in 2019, $11.3 million in 2020, and $12.5 million in 2021. He was allegedly driving a black Porsche more than 100 miles per hour through Ross Township, Pa. Brown is also second in receptions (837) and touchdowns (74) to Ward (1,000 and 85, respectively).

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As good as Brown is, the Eagles have to work on finding a new left tackle, two new defensive ends, a down-the-field threat at receiver and a number of other holes on the roster.

Fitting Brown under the salary cap, if he were to stay on his current deal, would be possible for the Eagles.

Brown was accused of yelling at security personnel and throwing furniture from his balcony, upset over $80,000 and a gun he reported missing.

Brown was not charged in that incident either and has expressed his innocence.

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