Antonio Brown drops a hint about a new NFL destination

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Receiver Antonio Brown continues to be a free agent, with no team showing real interest in signing him since he was abruptly cut by the Patriots last September. Brown is now hinting that he’ll soon has a new NFL destination.

“Big 4X Soon,” Brown said on Instagram, under a photo of him in his three NFL uniforms, with the Patriots, Steelers, and Raiders.

The Ravens have kept the door open for Antonio Brown, and quarterback Lamar Jackson has publicly lobbied for the team to sign Brown. Any team that signs him, however, may have to wait to use him, given that he faces suspensions under three different potential violations of the Personal Conduct Policy.

In fairness to Brown, the league needs to conclude these cases and announce discipline, if any, so that he can get on with his career.

35 responses to “Antonio Brown drops a hint about a new NFL destination

  1. The NFL doesn’t have to do anything. This guy did this to himself. The NFL doesn’t owe him anything. It is a privlege not a right to play in the league. The NFL has the right to ensure their product has the best possible people in it to represent what they arr selling. Someone as unstable as AB is not that. Three teams in a matter of a couple months last year tried to help him.

  2. Brown’s a tool and a load, but he has been treated unfairly by the NFL. Goodell needs to conclude the cases.

  3. He’s possibly signing with the Dolphins, he’s close with the front office guys.

  4. If your team had to take either Antonio Brown or Colin Kaepernick…who ya got?

  5. yourpoliticalpartyistheproblem says:
    June 12, 2020 at 12:41 pm
    If your team had to take either Antonio Brown or Colin Kaepernick…who ya got?
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    NONE OF THE ABOVE….
    NO TEAM HAS TO bring EITHER of these guys on board…..
    AB IS A CANCER….
    CK just isn’t that good & he’d be a waste of a roster spot at this stage

  6. yourpoliticalpartyistheproblem says:
    June 12, 2020 at 12:41 pm
    If your team had to take either Antonio Brown or Colin Kaepernick…who ya got?
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    Gimme AB all day in that scenario. AB is borderline HOF material on the field…. Kap got benched for Gabbert.

  7. Dude just needs to go away…he really doesnt want to play football..just wants to be a social media weirdo…similar to Cam caring more about “fashion” than football.

    Look where it got them both.

  8. yourpoliticalpartyistheproblem says:
    June 12, 2020 at 12:41 pm
    If your team had to take either Antonio Brown or Colin Kaepernick…who ya got?

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    Brown, cause I’d like someone who can actually play professional football.

  9. yourpoliticalpartyistheproblem says:
    June 12, 2020 at 12:41 pm
    If your team had to take either Antonio Brown or Colin Kaepernick…who ya got?

    Brown in a heartbeat, he can win games, the other choice no longer can!

  10. yourpoliticalpartyistheproblem says:
    June 12, 2020 at 12:41 pm
    If your team had to take either Antonio Brown or Colin Kaepernick…who ya got?

    No question: AB

  11. If any team is dumb enough to sign this clown, he’ll be serving at least a 6 game suspension

  12. yourpoliticalpartyistheproblem says:
    June 12, 2020 at 12:41 pm
    If your team had to take either Antonio Brown or Colin Kaepernick…who ya got?
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    Thats easy: AB
    1- Brown can STILL play
    2- Brown has shown a desire to play, versus the all show no go “desire to play” by CK

  13. How can the NFL possibly conclude this case and dole out a punishment? As far as I know Antonio Brown is no longer affiliated with the NFL, should the league issue punishment for every person on the street that has possibly violated the code of conduct? It is like suspending a student from a University they no longer attend because they where dropped from all their classes due to not attending . . . said student might want to be affiliated with the college they were once part of, but they are not. So you don’t suspend someone who isn’t enrolled in classes, just like the NFL doesn’t dole out a punishment to a person who isn’t part of the NFL.

    If he ever becomes part of the NFL again, then the NFL should move swiftly to finish adjudicating his case and issue the appropriate punishment/suspension.

  14. I have the inside scoop so gather around. AB is gonna be taking Kaepernick’s old spot of the guy that all the NFL teams agree that they won’t sign because he’s bad publicity and bad for business.

  15. AB needs a “check up from the neck up” before resuming his NFL career. I’m surprised this is a viable rumor. He harmed each of the teams he played for, he harmed himself and Vontaze Burfict harmed him. As long as he is improving as a human being then, I am sure he will get the support he needs. However, as long as he is rogue and out of control, he is on his own.

  16. Baltimore makes sense. They don’t have a big name receiver that will take passes from Brown. Seattle does not make sense because they have too many guys already and Brown would get very raged if he isn’t getting 99% of the passes. Baltimore is also good because I have a feeling he won’t get visibly angry at Lamar Jackson.

  17. This guy managed to screw around with the salary cap of three different teams, and still has legal issues with at least two of them. It might take a while but eventually he’ll get another chance I’m sure though, some folks never learn. What’s the over/under for how many games he actually plays before imploding?

  18. jlbay says:
    June 12, 2020 at 1:19 pm
    How can the NFL possibly conclude this case and dole out a punishment? As far as I know Antonio Brown is no longer affiliated with the NFL, should the league issue punishment for every person on the street that has possibly violated the code of conduct? It is like suspending a student from a University they no longer attend because they where dropped from all their classes due to not attending . . . said student might want to be affiliated with the college they were once part of, but they are not. So you don’t suspend someone who isn’t enrolled in classes, just like the NFL doesn’t dole out a punishment to a person who isn’t part of the NFL.

    If he ever becomes part of the NFL again, then the NFL should move swiftly to finish adjudicating his case and issue the appropriate punishment/suspension.
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    Thats all well and good, but he is being investigated for things he did WHILE he was an NFL player… And when he returns, he will be suspended for those things. Is that ok with you?

  19. I was surprised the Ravens Super Bowl odds suddenly jumped off the chart.
    If he/they can make it about race just like Kap, he will absolutely be back on the field this year. Playing for the ravens? Holy wow that would be insane

  20. Have all of the cases been resolved legally? As far as I know, the last actual criminal case was resolved today. (Maybe there’s more. Who can keep track?)

    So as far as I am concerned, the clock for the NFL to decide discipline starts today. Why would they be expected to “conclude these cases” before the courts have?

    “In fairness to Brown”, he has brought this on himself. And he would have to be a fool to think he will be playing at the start of this season. Players have certainly been suspended for doing much less than he did.

  21. “The NFL has the right to ensure their product has the best possible people in it to represent what they arr selling.”

    Oh please. They could have done an investigation and announced any discipline should he be signed months ago. Ever wonder why they didn’t?

  22. Roger is trying to do a solid for the the teams by keeping AB’s status in limbo so none of the moron GM/Owners/Coach sign him then have him continue to crap on the shield. If TB and BB couldn’t control him with previous ability to deal with such players as Moss and Dillon, don’t really see any team being able to control him.

  23. In fairness to Brown, the league needs to conclude these cases and announce discipline, if any, so that he can get on with his career.

    Right, because he played by the rules the whole time! What goes around comes around.

  24. I remember when he was with the Raiders and had 30 million in his pocket from the raiders deal. He reached in that pocket and threw the money back on the table,begged to be traded and tweeted that the world is going to see that Antonio Brown does things on his terms. This is truly the most I’ve ever seen anyone go from quiet and unassuming to flaming diva and insufferable.

  25. The league should definitely have a set of standards on how they discipline. It should lay out how long it will take for them to respond, deliberate and/or take action on a given situation and it should standardize punishments. It’s really a benefit for the fans.

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