The Facts: Brown recently apologized to Ben Roethlisberger on social media. But it didn't change anything in his standing with the Steelers. The Steelers aren't bringing back Brown, a point General Manager Kevin Colbert reiterated Tuesday in an interview on PFT Live. "We'll always be there to support him when he needs help," Colbert said. "But as Antonio Brown 84, AB, the football player? No, we've moved on from that, and we're comfortable with that."
Diehards Line:Brown, 31, made 837 catches for 11,207 yards and 74 touchdowns in 130 games in Pittsburgh. Since the Steelers traded him to the Raiders last offseason, he has had a well-documented list of issues. He never played a game for the Raiders, played one for the Patriots and remains out of work since New England cut him Sept. 20 in the midst of a Personal Conduct Policy investigation by the league.