Steelers Offseason 2012: Antonio Brown Plans To Return In 2013

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is scheduled to become a restricted free agent next year. Brown was on NBCSportsTalk yesterday, and he told the show that he plans on coming back to the Steelers next season.

While fellow wide receiver Mike Wallace, currently a restricted free agent, is in the midst of contract negotiations, Brown was asked what his contract talks have been like with the Steelers. To which he responded: "I definitely plan on being here [next year]."

Brown continued, according to Pro Football Talk:

Whatever the organization's got planned, I just feel like, I want to be a professional and go about my business the right way. I don't want to take time off and not be at OTAs. I want to be around. So hopefully we can get things wrapped up so I can take care of the business side of things and be here faithfully.

For more on the Pittsburgh Steelers, head on over to Behind the Steel Curtain, SB Nation's Steelers blog. For all the latest offseason news across the league, please visit the SB Nation NFL Hub Page.

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