As NFL continues its investigation into claims against Antonio Brown, there are many teams that would still welcome him on their team.
According to Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman, there are at least 20 teams seriously interested in signing the All-Pro receiver.
“That’s according to three general managers who were asked which teams they believed might sign the former Steeler, Raider and Patriot, who is in football stasis as the NFL investigates sexual assault allegations. The only potential playoff team the executives believed would not sign Brown was New England, which dumped him earlier this season.
Teams largely believe Brown is still a transformational talent on the field. Indeed, Brown’s 841 career receptions are the second-most of any receiver, behind Larry Fitzgerald’s 844, since he entered the NFL in 2010.”
However, there are some general managers that are turned off by his sexual assault allegations as well as the constant damaging posts and rants he goes on while on Twitter.
“There are teams disgusted by what he’s doing,” one AFC general manager said.
Still, the GM admitted, “He is drawing a lot of interest, [but] a lot of teams wish he would just shut up.”
The 31-year-old star receiver is still one of the top-3 at his position when he’s out on the field, but it remains to be seen when the league will finish with their investigation so his career can continue.
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