Antonio Brown's agent Drew Rosenhaus and Pittsburgh St...
Antonio Brown's agent Drew Rosenhaus and Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert have been in communication over the wide receiver's contract situation, according to a source.
Brown, who's due $6.25 million in the fifth year of a six-year, $43-million contract, said after Sunday's practice that the franchise should give him a new deal.
The money leaves Brown outside of the top 10 in wide receiver pay despite an NFL-record 265 catches from 2014-15. But the Steelers have a longstanding policy not to renegotiate with non-quarterbacks until a player enters the final year of his deal.
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