Antonio Brown won't be playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2019 and reports have indicated that the Steelers are close to a deal for the seven-time Pro Bowl wideout.

However, sources told Albert Beer of the Monday Morning Quarterback that there are "very few options left," and only three teams are reportedly engaged in trade talks with the Steelers, according to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and NFL Network's insider Ian Rapoport.

One of the three teams is thought to be the Oakland Raiders. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Friday that a person close to Brown said he'd be willing to join the Raiders and noted that the team's move to Las Vegas in 2020 was a factor.

Oakland is in need of a receiver, as no player on the Raiders gained 900 receiving yards in 2018. The Raiders, who have plenty of salary-cap space, have several draft picks to offer Pittsburgh.

One team that is no longer in the running for Brown is the Buffalo Bills, as reports surfaced Friday that he would not report to the Bills. Rapoport has also noted that the Green Bay Packers were never in contention to land Brown.

The Steelers likely want to get a deal done before having to pay Brown a $2.3 million roster bonus. Teams can't complete trades until March 13 at 4 p.m. ET.

Brown, who turns 31 in July, is owed $38.3 million through 2021.

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Antonio Brown #84 of the Pittsburgh Steelers runs with the ball after a catch against the Buffalo Bills during the second half at New Era Field on December 11, 2016 in Orchard Park, New York. Brett Carlsen/Getty Images