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Pittsburgh
vs
New England
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
09/08/2019
8:20pm EST

Lines:
Pittsburgh +6
New England -6

Total:
Over 49 (-115)
Under 49 (-105)

Community Picks: Pittsburgh 51% vs New England 49%

Pittsburgh and New England Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
New England
Just when you thought the Antonio Brown story couldn't get more bizarre, another twist has emerged as part of the saga. Before joining the New England Patriots, Brown apparently tried to "accelerate" his release from the Oakland Raiders. According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, Brown sought the advice of social media consultants to speed up the process of Oakland cutting him. Continue to Article
September 08, 2019 11:56:am EST
New England
Antonio Brown agreed to terms with the New England Patriots hours after the Oakland Raiders cut him, going from the NFL's cellar to the defending Super Bowl champions on Saturday despite wearing out his welcome with two teams in one off-season. Brown had been scheduled to earn up to £40m from Oakland over the three-year deal. Instead, the Patriots guaranteed him £7.3m this season, with the potential to earn as much as £12.2m. Continue to Article
September 08, 2019 4:23:am EST
New England
Wide receiver Antonio Brown agreed to a contract with the New England Patriots on Saturday just hours after being released by the Oakland Raiders, ESPN reported. Brown and the Patriots agreed to a one-year deal worth up to $15 million that includes a $9 million signing bonus, ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted. Agent Drew Rosenhaus reportedly confirmed the agreement between his client and New England. Continue to Article
September 07, 2019 6:37:pm EST
New England
Mercurial receiver Antonio Brown is reportedly headed to the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, hours after he was cut by the Oakland Raiders before he could make his debut with the NFL stragglers. Brown posted a photo of himself grinning in a Patriots uniform on Twitter as US media, including NFL.com, reported he had agreed to a one-year, $15 million deal with New England. Brown won't be eligible to play in the Pats' season-opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday because he wasn't on their roster in time after a soap-opera Saturday saw him cut, finally, by the Raiders. Continue to Article
September 07, 2019 6:17:pm EST
New England
Antonio Brown agreed to terms with the New England Patriots hours after the Oakland Raiders cut him, going from the NFL's cellar to the defending Super Bowl champions on Saturday despite wearing out his welcome with two teams in one offseason. Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, confirmed the agreement to The Associated Press. Brown had been scheduled to earn up to $50 million from Oakland over the three-year deal. Continue to Article
September 07, 2019 6:10:pm EST
 
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