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Report: Eagles aren’t interested in trading for WR Antonio Brown

According to Nick Veronica, the Eagles aren’t even within the thirteenth-best odds to land Hall of Fame wide receiver Antonio Brown.

Brown is still under contract with the Steelers, nonetheless, he and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger got in a feud a day prior to their last game of the regular-season. The argument forced Brown to be benched that game.

The Eagles haven’t displayed interest in the 30-year-old wideout, which personally, I’m not surprised about … general manager Howie Roseman is focused on building his roster with young, locker room clean talent. Personally, I wouldn’t consider Brown to fit those needs.

Not only that, but with Browns immense desire to leave the Steelers, you can expect Brown to want a contract of over $15 million per year. He was to make $15.125 million with the Steelers next season.

With all the players the Eagles will attempt to re-sign this offseason, Brown isn’t a good fit for Philly. Especially with the Eagles already $13 million in debt.

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