Football season is officially over, but the drama between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Antonio Brown from the 2018 regular season has not resolved itself yet. Despite hopes that the two sides could patch things up and go into the 2019 season with championship aspirations, a new report from Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports made that seem unlikely.

La Canfora reported on Super Bowl Sunday that Brown is crushing any hopes of reconciliation with the Steelers. The star wideout will not return phone calls from Steelers own Art Rooney II and has reportedly told his teammates that he will not play for the Steelers again.

Additionally, Brown apparently demanded a trade from the team again. He had already done that at the end of the regular season.

The Steelers have been in no rush to trade Brown, who has a trade-friendly contract that would probably not require any restructuring upon a trade. The team is reportedly not letting he or his agent seek out trade talks with anyone. La Canfora reported the Steelers will likely talk to other teams at the NFL Scouting Combine in late February.

In the increasingly likely event the Steelers deal away the Pro Bowler, it will not be to any of their rivals, according to La Canfora. The Steelers want him in the NFC, where they would only have to see him once every four years or in the Super Bowl.

Brown has made his interest in playing for the San Francisco 49ers known. However, it is not yet known if the 49ers are especially interested in pursuing him. The Steelers will likely ask for a first-round pick for Brown, who turns 31 in July.

Brown polled Steelers fans on Twitter over the weekend on whether or not they still wanted him to play in Pittsburgh.

In other news, TMZ reported on Tuesday that Brown was involved in a domestic dispute in January. A woman called the police and accused Brown of unspecified misconduct, but he was not arrested. The details of the incident are not known.

Brown was also accused of throwing furniture off a balcony last year.