The Tennessee Titans are one of three teams with interest in disgruntled Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown, according to a report.
The Titans are a potential suitor for Brown, along with the Washington Redskins and Oakland Raiders, per a report late Friday night from Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Brown is the type of superstar receiver the Titans offense has long been missing. He had 104 receptions for the Steelers last season for 1,297 yards receiving and 15 touchdown catches in 15 games.
But Brown comes with some baggage, as the 30-year-old wideout, has apparently worn out his welcome with the Steelers by squabbling with teammates and management – something that bubbled to the surface late in the 2018 campaign and has not stopped since the end of the season.
The Steelers reportedly were asking for a first-round pick and more for Brown, but have apparently dropped their demands to just a first-round pick.
The question for the Titans regarding Brown would be how his personality would fit into a locker room that has been free from distractions and has been built on a strong team-first culture over the past three seasons. Could that culture of team over individuals afford to absorb a talented but mercurial personality like Brown, especially, if he cannot get his normal number of touches that he has become accustomed to with the Steelers, having been targeted approximately 15 times a game in recent years.