The Green Bay Packers are hoping they can find a way to rebuild as quickly as possible. Antonio Brown would certainly be a pretty big way to improve quickly. After finding their new head coach, the draft is what most fans of the team have been paying attention to. Here are the who I thought were the five best coaching candidates.

At least one mock draft shows that the Pack could find a way to start rebuilding from within thanks to the draft. While the draft is going to be one way to get better, acquiring the Pittsburgh Steelers' star receiver would get the job done to the point where they would likely be a playoff contender in 2019.

Antonio Brown shows interest

There have been all kinds of potential landing spots for Brown. He has made it clear that he might be under contract right now, but he no longer wants to suit up for Pittsburgh. Since he made that announcement, there have been more than a few teams that have stepped up and said they would like to see the star catching passes for them.

The Green Bay Packers are a team that could certainly use the addition of a star receiver. They still have a very good Aaron Rodgers slinging the ball around. The issue has been that he doesn't have the quality of targets he once did. That's why there are more than a few fans of the team who got quite excited when Brown made it clear he would at least not object to heading to Green Bay.

FanSided was one of the first sites to point out that Brown liked a tweet when he was doing a "ten questions" on Twitter. The question was "are the Packers on your trade list?" He didn't answer the question outright, but he also didn't shoot down what could be a potential landing spot.

Green Bay Packers fans shouldn't read into it

While Antonio Brown might be willing to be traded in order to play for Aaron Rodgers, it should be pointed out that he doesn't have the final say. The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers are the ones that are ultimately going to make the call as to whether a trade goes down.

It certainly isn't going to hurt that Brown is willing to play at Lambeau. The big question now is whether or not the two teams can work something out. There is going to be a question as to whether or not Pittsburgh is going to be asking for too much. Do the Green Bay Packers have the pieces and a willingness to do a deal? The offseason is a long one and it doesn't seem likely that any kind of blockbuster is going to get done before the NFL draft this spring.