Lamar Jackson: I’d be happy if we signed Antonio Brown, but not my decision

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One of Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson‘s recent workouts gained a lot of notice because of who was on the receiving end of his passes.

Former Steelers, Raiders and Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown was on the field with Jackson and Ravens wideout Marquise Brown in South Florida. That grouping led some to wonder if the Ravens were a possible spot for Brown to continue his playing career.

Jackson said on Tuesday that he would be all for such a development.

“I’d be happy if they signed him . . . but it’s not my decision,” Jackson said, via Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com.

Ravens General Manager Eric DeCosta said this month that he would keep any thoughts about Brown “in-house” and a move by any team to sign him will be influenced by an ongoing league investigation into Brown’s off-field conduct.

11 responses to “Lamar Jackson: I’d be happy if we signed Antonio Brown, but not my decision

  1. Lamar, have you been hiding under a rock when not on the field or have you already taken too many shots to the head in your short career? At this point anyone who signs AB is seriously dumb or seriously delusional. AB’s degree of disfunction isn’t going to be fixed anytime soon.Players should play and leave the management side to management. Some veteran players of distinction and achievement may have some input but even then, limited. When Brady advocated AB’s signing I had a very bad feeling about it. Boy was Brady and the Pats Wrong!!! And I’m a Pats fan.

  2. I’m a Steelers fan and I hope Lamar’s dream comes true. Get it done Costa/Biscotti. He’s exactly what your locker room needs during Lamar’s early career, hahahaha! AFC North championship WILL return to Steel City.

  3. @yinzerssuck, that’s why Lamar isn’t the GM. Zero chance DeCosta OR Harbaugh even contemplate this Organizational cancer. What else is Lamar supposed to say when his besty’s cousin needs work?

  4. “a move by any team to sign him will be influenced by an ongoing league investigation into Brown’s off-field conduct”

    Sometime in 2022 the league will have the “investigation” completed.

    Not that I think Brown should be allowed back on an NFL field, but if the NFLPA didn’t get some kind of time limit in place on league investigations in the new CBA they made a big mistake. Goodell has often dragged these out far longer than needed as a way of punishing players.

  5. They dont need him, they are in the running for the SB without him. Not worth the risk.

  6. yinzerssuck says:
    April 21, 2020 at 1:04 pm
    I’m a Steelers fan and I hope Lamar’s dream comes true. Get it done Costa/Biscotti. He’s exactly what your locker room needs during Lamar’s early career, hahahaha! AFC North championship WILL return to Steel City.

    21 19 Rate This

    I remember when Steelers fans used to brag about their team. Now they know that wishing for misfortune on the better teams is their best hope.

  7. AB would figure to be the kind of clown that Lame would want as a teammate. If you can’t pick up someone with murder tendencies, then pick up one with assault tendencies. AB is a Murdering Blackbird at heart. Lame is the kind of player who is a flash in the pan. Will he win a playoff game?

  8. A lot of hate for Lamar considering he is probably one of the most humble and exciting players in the league.

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