Steelers Don’t Lose Draft Pick To Arizona In Deal For OT Brown

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The trade that saw the Steelers acquire Levi Brown will now cost the Steelers nothing, as with Brown going on the IR, Arizona will not get the conditional draft pick they were at first going to get when they traded him to the Steelers.

Brown went on the IR with a triceps injury that he suffered in warmups before the Steelers 19-6 win over the Jets Sunday afternoon.

Going on IR is nothing new for Brown, as he also spent all of 2012 on injured reserve after tearing his left triceps during the preseason.

The deal was that Brown had to appear in at least five games in order for the Cardinals to get the conditional draft pick that was involved in the deal.

Brown was the fifth pick in the 2007 NFL Draft.

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