Antonio Brown is almost assured of not playing anymore games in 2019 as the NFL has yet to make a decision on his future after talking to him about his sexual assault allegations. That begs the question if the former Pittsburgh Steelers, Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots receiver might find his way to Dallas in the near future.
Former NFL executive Michael Tannenbaum believes the controversial WR could sign with the Dallas Cowboys based on what team owner Jerry Jones had to say about his team recently.
“If and when his eligibility is cleared up by the league and the players association, and he is available to play, reading between the lines of Jerry’s comments, I would not be surprised to see Antonio Brown be a Dallas Cowboy between now and the end of the season,” Tannenbaum said while appearing on the ESPN Radio radio show Golic and Wingo.
Jones told reporters after the team lost to the Bills, “there aren’t too many things I wouldn’t do financially to win another Super Bowl. I’ll tell you what – it would be something indecent. There isn’t much I wouldn’t do.”
“We all listened to Jerry Jones after the game, he talked about ‘I’m gonna do whatever it takes to get this team in the playoffs’ including keeping Jason Garrett as the head coach,” Tannenbaum said.
The Cowboys might be leading the NFC East, but they are 6-6 and currenty riding a 2-game losing streak.
Brown has only played in one game this year before he saw his short time with the Patriots end. Brown posted four receptions for 56 yards and one touchdown in that lone game.