The Pittsburgh Steelers and their star wide receiver Antonio Brown seem to be at a crossroads. Brown missed the last game of the season against the Cincinnati Bengals after an altercation with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger at practice. Since then, there has been a ton of speculation regarding Brown's future.

Recently, team president Art Rooney II commented on the situation and what the plans are for the immediate future.

"I'm not gonna sit here and disparage Antonio," Rooney II said according to ESPN. "You have to remember he's been one of the most productive receivers in the league for a long time now. He's helped us win a lot of games over the last few years. Was it always done the way you'd like to see it done? No. But I don't think he was a major distraction to the team up until the last weekend of the season. The proof is in the pudding for the most part."

"I would have liked to have the opportunity to talk to him and understand where he is. Maybe that happens at some point," Rooney II continued. "I'm very disappointed in where we are and what happened and don't have a lot of good explanations for it as we sit here today."

Brown went on Facetime with San Francisco 49ers legend Jerry Rice a few days ago. Afterward, Rice said Brown wants to be a 49er "really bad" which is why the oddsmakers have Brown landing in San Fran.

What do you think will happen to the Steelers wide receiver.