Antonio Brown To Buffalo Rumor Blows Up The Internet

AB called a trade rumor of him to Buffalo “fake news” and he was right.

Late last night, rumors started flying that the Steelers and the Bills were in discussions to send the disgruntled All Pro receiver to Buffalo.


That tweet caused all hell to break loose, with fans going crazy over the news. But then AB jumped into the mix, letting everyone know the deal:


As we get closer to the NFL Draft, rumors surrounding Antonio Brown continue to fly, but nothing serious has emerged. Suitors from the Raiders and 49ers to the Titans and Bills have all been included in the debate, but no one has pulled the trigger as of yet. Earlier this morning, the rumblings of AB to the Bills were squashed and the team issued their own statement on their discussion with the Steelers.

Buffalo Bills on Twitter

A statement from GM Brandon Beane.

But that didn’t stop the geniuses of Twitter from chiming in and having a field day with this latest development.

Complex Sports on Twitter

Antonio Brown when his agent tells him he’s going to the Buffalo Bills https://t.co/RgeE5jphHp




Not Robert Griffin on Twitter

Steelers Front Office: “We’re thinking Buffalo” Antonio Brown: https://t.co/Zg2TYy9kyM


Eric Robinson on Twitter

Ian Rapoport chasing down his sources after the report of Antonio Brown not going to Buffalo: https://t.co/2hjUVSr2Rz


So for now, the Antonio Brown saga continues on. While some Steelers fans hold on to the slim hopes that the relationship between their team and star player will be healed, it’s looking more like AB will be suiting up for another team next season. The only questions that remain are what team will he play for and what will the Steelers receive in return.

In the meantime, we’ll enjoy the brilliance of Twitter as it continues to react to every AB rumor.

The Shadow League on Twitter

Replay of Antonio Brown showing up at Ian Rapoport’s office after reports of AB going to Buffalo: https://t.co/0Rsu6K8l4K



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