The LeVeon Bell and Antonio Brown story added a couple new chapters this week as both players days as a Steeler are likely over.
The Steelers announced they won’t tag Bell and will allow him to become an unrestricted free agent next month and the team will seek to trade Brown if they can receive proper compensation.
The question now is which NFL teams will show interest in giving Bell the type of guaranteed money that he’ll be seeking and which team will want to bring Brown into their organization?
To get more perspective on this never-ending story, Steelers Now talked with Pittsburgh native and long-time NFL player agent Ralph Cindrich.
Mic Drop: Bryant McFadden on Minkah, JuJu, Conner, Bold Prediction
Former Steeler, two-time Super Bowl champion and current CBS Sports analyst Bryant McFadden joined Mike Asti to offer his thoughts on the Steelers off-season, the pressure on JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Conner, his bold prediction for the upcoming season and even a recent comment made by one of his colleagues about Minkah Fitzpatrick.
Mic Drop: Ben Roethlisberger’s Haircut, Rooney Rule
Mike Asti touched on some news of both the asinine and legit variety on this Steelers edition of Mic Drop.
Mike discussed Governor Tom Wolf’s issue with Ben Roethlisberger’s haircut, as well as, the new changes to the NFL’s Rooney Rule, which include one proposed change that Mike is glad did NOT get passed.
Mic Drop: Setting The Record Straight on James Harrison Accusation
Ever since James Harrison opened his mouth to accuse the Steelers and Mike Tomlin of paying his fine after a nasty hit, people have been running wild with misinterpretations to sensationalize the story. Mike Asti explains the real story, most notably if there’s any comparison to the Saints Bounty Gate scandal.