Earlier this offseason, longtime Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown made some heads turn when he was spotted working out with Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson.
Things only got crazier when Jackson publicly campaigned for his team to sign Brown.
On Wednesday, Adam Schein asked Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta about the idea of signing the star wideout and while he talked around the question, he did not shut it down.
“We’re always assessing the players out there on the streets,” DeCosta said. “We’re looking at guys, we’re making decisions that we think are best for the clubs. If we think there’s a guy out there who fits us, who’s got the skill set to provide value, we’ll certainly pounce on that kind of guy.”
Brown only played one game during the 2019 season, but it will be remembered for his troubles off the field that will definitely get him a suspension once the NFL finishes up with their investigation into sexual assault claims against him.