Brown quickly called the report "fake news" via a comment on Instagram.
Rapoport then tweeted that the deal isn't official, but doubled-down that it's on it's way to happening.
One team that's been linked to Brown since the beginning is the Oakland Raiders, and running back Jalen Richard is now apparently ready to do a bit of recruitment.
Pittsburgh had told teams earlier this week that they were hoping to move Brown by Friday.
The jokes are out in full force following Antonio Brown's decision to not come to Buffalo to play for the Bills.
Obviously, the Bills still have to find a way to improve their offence which was a disaster last season. Brown is also due a $2.5 million roster bonus on March 17. The Bills are still expected to address wide receiver in free agency and the draft to give second-year quarterback Josh Allen more help in 2019.
The 30-year-old Brown has caught at least 100 passes and collected 1,000 yards receiving in six straight years and is under contract for at least the next two seasons.
Now? We know who's in control: It's Brown, not the Steelers. What's going great for him?