The Pittsburgh Steelers traded star wide receiver Antonio Brown to the Oakland Raiders following the 2018 NFL season.
Pittsburgh received a third and fifth-round pick for Brown, and the Raiders never received a game from him. After a series of bizarre events, Brown forced his way out of Oakland and signed a one-year deal with the New England Patriots.
It's been a weird summer for the All-Pro wide receiver who faces sexual assault allegations from a former trainer.
One former Steelers legend weighed in on the Antonio Brown saga and said he's glad Pittsburgh moved on.
Former Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw ripped Brown in an interview with the Pittsburgh Tribune Review.
"I'm glad they got rid of him, and I'm upset now that I know how he got away ... [what] he was doing there. I wish the heck they would have gotten rid of him a long time ago.
I had no idea they catered to Brown as much as they supposedly did. I can't stand players like Antonio Brown."
Bradshaw continued, saying teams can't win with players like Brown.
Meanwhile, Brown will reportedly travel with the Patriots to Miami for a game against the Dolphins this weekend.
Stay tuned for the latest on Brown.