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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Steelers president Art Rooney II told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Thursday that while the team isn’t going to release Antonio Brown, it would be “hard to envision” the wide receiver at training camp with the team in July.

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The Post-Gazette reports the team president says “all other options are on the table.”

According to Post-Gazette writer Gerry Dulac, Rooney did not say the Steelers would trade Brown but “left no doubt that is a strong possibility.”

There has been speculation about Brown’s future with the team after reports that he sat out of the Dec. 30 game against the Bengals because he got into a disagreement with a teammate and skipped practices.

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Brown has reportedly requested to be traded. He will also sit out of the Pro Bowl. The Steelers said he would be replaced by JuJu Smith-Schuster due to an injury.

Just after 5 p.m., Brown posted a photo of himself shaking hands with Art Rooney II on Instagram. The caption read, “Good Business #Boomin.”

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