Before the New England Patriots signed Antonio Brown to their roster — the Seattle Seahawks had showed some interest in signing him following his release from the Oakland Raiders.
“Why wouldn’t you, you know? He’s a great player,” Carroll admitted 11 days ago.
Well, Brown is a free agent once again. So, do the Seahawks still want him?
Head coach Pete Carroll basically said no without actually saying it.
“We’re pretty well set right now,” Carroll said Friday, via Gregg Bell of the News Tribune. “We kind of know where we’re going with that.”
Since his release from the raiders — Brown has been sued for sexual assault, had multiple stories told of his past from other people, attempted to intimidate a second accuser via text message and post her children whole calling her ‘broke.’
His comments pretty much echoed what head coach Sean Payton had to say when asked if the Saints would be potential suitors.
“Right now where we are,” Payton said during his Friday media availability after Saints practice, “I like our depth at that position. I haven’t paid much attention. I’m focused on the guys here.”
Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay was also asked on Friday and he made it clear that the team was set as they are.
“You always look into things. And we evaluate. But with the situation we have specific to the receiver position we couldn’t be happier with the guys that we do have.”
That is three teams so far that won’t be pursuing AB.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.