PINE, Pa. — One of the greatest — and most controversial — wide receivers in Steelers history now has one less tie to Pittsburgh, according to our news partners at the Tribune-Review.
Antonio Brown’s five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home at 103 Silver Pines Drive in Pine has sold for $1.4 million. That’s half a million less than the $1.9 million he bought it for in July 2014.
The house had sat empty for at least a couple of years because Brown has not been in Pittsburgh much since the Steelers traded him to the Oakland Raiders in April 2019. From there, Brown went to the New England Patriots before following former Pats quarterback Tom Brady to the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers.