While Brown and his representatives can not speak with other teams, head coach Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers can not even publicly discuss the receiver because he remains under contract with the Steelers.
For that to happen, however, it will need to be general manager John Lynch and company reaching out to the Steelers with an offer without being able to speak to Brown about the situation in Pittsburgh, his contract, or the expectations in San Francisco.
"If your squad want to win and you squad want a hungry wide receiver whose the best in the whole world, someone hit my phone", Brown said Monday. Brown followed that up with a weird Instagram video posted Monday. "Tell them I ain't doing no unguarantees". Brown's only true leverage is threatening to hold out. The team would take on $21.12 million in dead money by releasing or trading Brown but would offset that money by saving on his $22.165 million salary-cap figure for 2019.
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Steelers owner Art Rooney II recently made a trip to Florida to meet with the disgruntled star wide receiver, who revealed on social media today that they "cleared the air" on several issues but ultimately decided a trade is what's best for both parties.
But still, the Steelers put their faith in Brown with a four-year deal in February 2017. "Big Chest" from now on, remains unfazed. The following year, he couldn't even bother finishing the season for them. NBC Sports' Peter King reports his unhinged social media use has already scared away one potential suitor, and despite his incredible talent, his erratic behavior is a fair concern (he's being investigated for an alleged domestic violence incident as well).
The tweet followed an Instagram video posted by Brown, who said he's not playing without more guaranteed money and reinforced his desire to be traded by the Steelers.