We no know that star NFL Wide Receiver Antonio Brown will be allowed to return to the National Football League after serving an eight game suspension.So forgetting for a second that this season may not even be eight games long, where does the outspoken super talented wide out fit in the NFL and would any of the New York teams work?
The Antonio Brown saga has been one of the best/worst stories in all of sports. While most of it is cringe worthy it's also impossible for me to turn away. The latest is the release of his two minute long highly auto-tuned "music" video. AB's "Whole Lotta Money" is a really bad wanna be rap song but at least it's short.
New England Patriot's Wide Receiver Antonio Brown has been the focus of many news stories lately. His discontent with his contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers led to his trade to the Oakland Raiders and his discontent with the Raiders as a whole led to his release in Oakland. Just hours after being cut loose in Oakland Brown was signed by the defending Super Bowl Champion Patriots. Now the most concerning story has surfaced. Antonio Brown has been accused of sexual assault by his former trainer.
There is no debating that Antonio Brown is one of if not the BEST Wide Receivers in the NFL. That being said the on going saga he's the center of is a little disturbing. AB was the top receiver in Pittsburgh on a stacked Steelers team. That is until he decided he wanted out and basically forced a trade to the Oakland Raiders, where he was the top receiver on a young less talented team. That is until he decided he wanted out and forced his release. Is AB "crazy" or calculated?
The Oakland Raiders Vs Antonio Brown Saga is one of the craziest stories in recent history. The Raiders traded a 3rd and 5th round pick to get ab from the Pittsburgh Steelers. Not only did they give up picks but they reworked his contract to give him aboud $30 million guaranteed. Then frostbite, helmets, fines and practice fights with GM's leave us wondering if AB will be a Raider?
The relationship between the Pittsburgh Steelers and All Pro Wide Receiver Antonio Brown seem to have reached their breaking point. Brown publicly asked to be traded and Vegas has set the odds on the favorites to land the WR. Jets may not be the favorite but they're one of 14 teams BetOnline.com felt had a legit chance to get Brown.