It wasn’t long ago when Antonio Brown was the NFL’s best receiver and formed a star trio along with Ben Roethlisberger and Le’Veon Bell on the Pittsburgh Steelers. A lot has happened off the field with Brown since then that has derailed his Hall of Fame career.
Since that period, Brown has been traded to and since released by the Oakland Raiders and had a brief stint with the New England Patriots. He even worked out for the New Orleans Saints prior to the 2019 playoffs but that didn’t transpire to a contract.
Brown is still working on making a comeback and recently hired a new agent to help facilitate those efforts. As long as he can continue to stay out of the headlines like he has been lately, there is reason to believe he can successfully pull it off.
The last full-season Brown played in the NFL featured impressive results even though his off-field storylines have taken most of the attention since. He appeared in 15 games and totaled 104 receptions, 1,297 receiving yards, and 15 touchdowns (league-most) in 2018.
With that being said, here are five teams who should consider taking a risk on Antonio Brown.