Just hours after the Pittsburgh Steelers named Le’Veon Bell their franchise running back, the team has signed star wide receiver Antonio Brown to a new four-year contract extension worth around $68 million, making him the highest paid WR in the NFL.
Brown finished second in the NFL last season with 106 catches for 1,284 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Since 2011, the eighth-year pro leads the league in targets, receptions and receiving yards.
The Steelers odds of winning Super Bowl 52 were now at 10-1, third shortest after the New England Patriots (4-1) and Dallas Cowboys (9-1)
- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com