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Antonio Brown’s agent says he has talked to ‘a few teams that are interested’

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One would presume that if the New England Patriots can’t handle Antonio Brown, nobody can. That’s apparently not the case. According to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, via ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Brown has had communication “with a few teams that are interested” in signing him. However, those parties “want information regarding his legal situation and the NFL investigation.”

As Schefter notes, until his investigation is resolved, Brown likely won’t be on an NFL team.

Brown is eligible to play in the NFL, as he has not yet earned an addition to the Commissioner’s exempt list. However, the league is watching him with a close eye as they investigate multiple recent allegations, including rape, multiple accusations of sexual assault, and a series of threatening texts sent to an artist who, in the past, was the subject to Brown’s purported sexual wrongdoings.

If the NFL finds Brown’s allegations to be accurate, well, he’ll have a better time finding a job in the XFL than the NFL. Recent lawsuits filed his way are just one part of an offseason story that can’t be written in one article, or even two or three.

Brown’s disastrous 2019, in which three teams employed him before they parted ways, hasn’t earned him many friends in the NFL. Lack of interest in him reflects that reality. The Seattle Seahawks, Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints — previous potential landing spots — have all, in some fashion, said they would not be interested in signing the mercurial wide receiver.

For now, all Antonio Brown can do is sit and wait while the NFL and authorities look into his checkered past.