One of the best wide receivers in the NFL is officially available on the trade market and, as expected, plenty of teams seem to be lining up for a chance to get him. The Pittsburgh Steelers are shopping Antonio Brown after his relationship with the team frayed, and at least three teams are said to want him.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Saturday that the Washington Redskins, Tennessee Titans and Oakland Raiders have all shown interest in the 30-year-old receiver.

There are clear reasons why each of those three teams would be interested in Brown. Washington has lacked receiving talent ever since DeSean Jackson left for Tampa. They did not have a single receiver with more than 600 yards last year, though the fact that Washington started four quarterbacks in 2018 may have contributed to that.

If Washington were to acquire Nick Foles in free agency or draft a franchise quarterback, Brown would obviously help their new signal-caller quite a bit.

Oakland traded away its best receiver in Amari Cooper in the middle of a lost 2018 season, but getting Brown would give Derek Carr a reliable downfield target. The Raiders also have three first-round picks this year, but given Brown’s age and multiple off-field incidents in recent months, it is difficult to imagine any team trading a first-rounder for him.

Finally, Tennessee might be the best fit of all. Marcus Mariota has struggled over the past two seasons partly because the Titans have lacked elite receiving talent. Brown would instantly help Mariota and likely open up opportunities for Corey Davis, who had a nice season in 2018 with 891 yards and four touchdowns.

What might be most noteworthy about Schefter’s report is that the San Francisco 49ers were not included in the list of interested teams. 49ers great Jerry Rice said Brown wanted to play there, something Brown seemed to confirm on social media. They need a star receiver, but have shown no interest in acquiring Brown so far.

ab raiders Antonio Brown #84 of the Pittsburgh Steelers runs the ball in the 4th quarter of the game against the Oakland Raiders at Heinz Field on November 8, 2015 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Photo: Justin K. Aller/Getty Images