Antonio Brown may have his suspension lifted after Week 8, and it appears to be like like the previous All-Professional large receiver may have curiosity from groups throughout the league.
In keeping with an ESPN report, the Seattle Seahawks seem like the frontrunner to land Brown, and head coach Pete Carroll didn’t rule out the opportunity of including him to a bunch that features second-year sensation D.Okay. Metcalf and slot wideout Tyler Lockett as one other weapon for quarterback Russell Wilson.
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“We’ve endeavored to be in on all the things that’s happening and [GM] John [Schneider] has finished a wonderful job of at all times being tuned in to what’s taking place. And that is no exception. So we’ll see what occurs as we go ahead,” Carroll told KJR.
Brown was suspended for eight video games for violating the NFL’s private conduct coverage.
Brown has had a tumultuous 12 months that noticed him power himself out of the Las Vegas Raiders and later signal with the New England Patriots solely to play one recreation and later get launched following a number of allegations of sexual misconduct.
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He was additionally arrested in Florida and obtained two years of probation for an incident in January involving a transferring truck driver. Along with two years of probation, Brown will bear a psychological analysis and follow-up remedy, attend an anger administration course, carry out 100 hours of group service, and comply with a stay-away order from the truck driver and the transferring firm proprietor.
Within the midst of the controversy, Brown has introduced that he shall be retiring twice. He launched a number of rap songs and labored out with a number of NFL gamers.
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If Brown joins the Seahawks, he’ll be part of a workforce that has an ideal 5-Zero to date this season, and they’re going to tackle the Arizona Cardinals in a Week 7 showdown between NFC West rivals.
Fox Information’ Ryan Gaydos contributed to this report.