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Steelers' Brown Wants New Contract

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(PITTSBURGH, Pa.) -- After a career season, Antonio Brown wants a new contract from the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Brown chose not to attend the team's offseason workouts because he desires a reworked deal.

Currently, Brown has three years remaining on his contract that has him as the 14th highest paid wide receiver in the NFL.

Last year, Brown caught 13 touchdowns on 129 passes with 1,698 yards receiving -- the sixth highest in league history.

Brown signed a five-year, $42.5 million in 2012.

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