There have been a ton of things to happen this offseason already, and now Antonio Brown is positioning himself to be included in the conversation.
After a recent appearance on “The Pivot” podcast, former Steelers safety and ESPN personality Ryan Clark floated the idea of the Cowboys taking a chance on Antonio Brown after AB mentioned Jerry Jones.
“If you haven’t seen [Antonio Brown’s] interview on [‘The Pivot’] you’re missing out,” Clark tweeted. “He says he’ll be back on top. Will Jerry Jones give him a shot? Cowboys love stars… Don’t they?”
Here’s what Brown had to say:
“The plan is to get back into the game in a position that no one has ever been,” Brown said. “Maybe Jerry Jones thinks it looks sexy that I’m putting out this motivation and all this hard work and encouragement, maybe he wants to harness some of that energy.”
Brown’s had no shortage of off-field drama since he’s entered the NFL, with issues leading to the 33-year-old being on three different teams in the years since he left the Steelers after the 2018 season.
If there is one team in the league that will give problematic players a chance, it’s the Dallas Cowboys. Jerry Jones has shown many times he will sign anybody if they have the talent to get him where he wants to be, which is the Super Bowl.
Considering the Cowboys are potentially losing one or both of Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup this offseason, Brown could see himself as a cheap and talented option.