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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is reportedly heading to the Oakland Raiders.

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Sources tell NFL Insider Adam Schefter that the Steelers have made a verbal agreement for Brown to be traded to the Raiders. The Raiders will reportedly trade a third- and fifth-round pick to the Steelers.

Schefter also says the Raiders are adding money to Brown’s deal.

On Thursday night, there were reports that Brown could possibly be traded to the Buffalo Bills, but by Friday morning, the Bills had told the Steelers they were out after Brown reportedly would not commit to showing up in Buffalo.

The Steelers had initially set Friday as a soft deadline for Brown trade offers.

The team wanted to have a deal done before free agency starts on Wednesday.

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Brown tweeted a picture of himself that had been edited to make it look like he was wearing an Oakland Raiders jersey shortly before 12:30 a.m. Sunday.

The wide-receiver tweeted “#RaiderNation.”

Brown later posted a video of him interacting with Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr during an NFL Pro Bowl game.

According to NFL Insider Adam Schefter, with removing Antonio Brown from the Steelers roster, the team will be left with a dead-money salary-cap charge of over $21 million this upcoming season.

On Sunday, Brown posted multiple photos and videos on Instagram. One video showed one of his kids wearing a Raiders helmet.

(Photo Credit: Antonio Brown/Instagram)

In another video, he thanked his daughter for getting him a customized Raiders baseball hat with his signature and jersey number on it.

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