The Antonio Brown drama in Oakland has been so wild that is almost seemed fake. This could be a movie, or in an episode of Ballers. You know HBO is not happy that Hard Knocks left town right before this all happened. I am not sure who is more to blame, is AB just crazy or do the Raiders run an awful organization? Either way, Brown has been released and it is time for a new home.
— Sports ON Tap Seattle (@SONTSeattle) September 7, 2019
We all suspected the Patriots would be up there, as always. The Seahawks though, thats another story, and they are in the top five odds-wise to sign Brown… According to CBS Sports, it truly is something that could happen:
After losing Doug Baldwin to retirement and veteran David Moore starting the season on IR, Seattle is a bit thin at the receiver position and is still looking for that big playmaker on offense. For Pete Carroll, he’d simply be hoping that Brown is that explosive piece he was in Pittsburgh and kept his off-field antics to a minimum in similar fashion to how the Seahawks were able to manage running back Marshawn Lynch.
Brown would fit well with Russell Wilson’s style as the receiver did his best work in Pittsburgh when the play broke down and was able to run free. Outside of maybe Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes, no one is better in that situation than Wilson.
Having Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson will always make you feel comfortable when it comes to managing personalities, plus AB and Wilson did have a fun moment together back in 2016.
— AB (@AB84) June 23, 2016
Would you like to see this happen?