The Oakland Raiders have a new weapon. All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown was obtained from the Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday night for third and fifth round draft picks. The Raiders will also extend Brown with a $50m ($30m guaranteed) contract over three years.
Regardless of how we got here (“I deserve more money” tantrums from players who have forgotten they agreed to a bonus-heavy contract are never a good look), Brown is suddenly the centerpiece on a Raiders offense that remains a big unknown going into 2019. It certainly affects his dynasty value – but in what way and how much?
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