But let's not assume the Steelers made a great move here in acquiring Brown, a former No. 5 overall pick. Brown was struggling badly in Arizona, beat routinely by St. Louis' Robert Quinn in the season opener and again in Week 3 at New Orleans. Brown signed a $30 million, five-year contract in 2012 and unless he turns his game around, the Steelers are not going to want to pay him the bulk of the money remaining in that contract. If the Cardinals were happy with Brown, they would not have put him on the market and you can assume if the Bears were targeting a high-profile player via a trade, the team dangling him wouldn't be very happy with current production. It's going to be difficult to find defensive line help in the trade market during the season. In other words, if Brown was playing like a first-round pick and a guy with a $30 million contract, he wouldn't have been traded. Let's not confuse activity with progress just yet.