One thing is for sure. Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers do not see eye to eye.
Because of that, it seems like a foregone conclusion that Brown will be playing for somebody other than Pittsburgh in 2019.
The recent discussion around these parts, both on social media and on the radio, has been about whether the Detroit Lions should trade for Brown.
On Wednesday, Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay joined the Karsch and Anderson Show on 97.1 The Ticket and he was asked about Brown potentially joining him in 2019.
As far as he is concerned, Golladay believes the Lions are good to go.
From 97.1 The Ticket:
“To be honest, I feel like the Lions are good where we’re at,” Golladay told the Karsch and Anderson Show on 97.1 The Ticket.
All set, huh?
“No offense to Antonio Brown, he’s gonna go down as one of the greats, an amazing player,” Golladay said. “But with me, T.J. Jones, Brandon Powell, Chris Lacy, Bruce Ellington — I mean, the list just goes on. All those guys have made plays this year. I have trust in those guys and I know the organization does as well.”
What do you think, Nation? Are the Lions are “good” at where they are currently at with the wide receiver position?