Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown Fantasy

# WR
Out Suspension
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Height / Weight
5'10" / 186 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
July 10, 1988 (32)
Experience
10th Season
Drafted
2010 / Rd. 6 / Pk. 195 (PIT)
College
Central Michigan

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Antonio Brown News

Ravens Not Interested In Antonio Brown

The Baltimore Ravens are interested in free-agent wide receivers -- they've scheduled a workout with veteran Dez Bryant -- but they are not interested in Antonio Brown. Quarterback Lamar Jackson has worked out with Brown, but it's hard to see the Ravens going in this direction after owner Steve Bisciotti publicly apologized following the Ray Rice situation. AB was suspended eight games by the league, so even if he latches on with a team like the Seahawks, he won't have any fantasy appeal until much later in the year. If you have the room in deeper leagues, the 32-year-old wideout could still be worth a stash if he lands in the right situation to make noise late in 2020.

Aug. 17th • 1:28 PM
Seahawks Not Close To Signing Antonio Brown

The Seattle Seahawks are not close to signing free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown as he deals with several unresolved off-the-field issues, including a civil lawsuit in which his former trainer accused him of sexual assault and felony burglary and battery charges from an incident this January. There's a good chance that Brown will face a lengthy suspension from the league. Josh Gordon, who has applied for reinstatement after being suspended last December for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs and substance abuse, continues to reside in the Seattle area. He is hoping to have his indefinite suspension lifted before the start of training camp. Seattle remains interested in both receivers, but they're unlikely to sign either one until they have a clearer picture of how many games they might miss in 2020. There are depth concerns behind wideouts D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.

Jul. 17th • 4:05 PM
Antonio Brown Would Love To Play With Seahawks

Many quarterbacks around the league are enamored with the idea of throwing to free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown, and Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is one of them. The two actually worked out together on Wednesday. According to a source, Brown would love to play for the Seahawks. If they make a move on him, though, it would likely take some time. It sounds like a team will sign Brown despite all of his off-the-field troubles, but they will likely wait to see how the NFL handles him. Brown is expected to receive a lengthy suspension of at least eight games, but even then, QBs would love a chance to throw to him in the second half of the season. Because Brown probably won't play anywhere close to a full season in 2020, he's unlikely to be much of a redraft target to begin the season.

Jul. 3rd • 12:27 AM

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