On Monday morning, former NFL executive Mike Tannenbaum stated that he believes some of the recent comments by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, could lead to the team signing free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown.
On Tuesday the wide receiver apologized to New England owner Robert Kraft for calling him out on Twitter after he was released in September.
This comes on the heels of a since-deleted, expletive-laced tweet Thursday in which he said he would not play in the league again.
During ESPN's "First Take," host Stephen A. Smith said that he thinks the Philadelphia Eagles should sign the wide receiver.
This isn't the first time Brown took courses at Central Michigan University, the wide receiver played at the school before entering the NFL draft.
The New England Patriots released Antonio Brown on Friday after the wide receiver was accused of raping his former trainer last week.
Troubled wide receiver was expected to make his debut for the Patriots in Week 2 after signing a one-year deal on Monday.
A lawsuit filed in Florida claims Brown sexually assaulted his female trainer twice in 2017 and then raped her in 2018.
"I'm going to pull a white boys school shooting at Foxboro," Gray allegedly said in a Facebook post, adding that if he got his hands on a gun, "I will go shoot up random people at Foxboro."
Antonio Brown has made headlines all offseason, and not for anything he has done on a football field. It's what has happened off of it, especially within the last week.
The 2019 series of "Hard Knocks" premieres on Tuesday and will feature the Oakland Raiders for the first time.
The Steelers traded the wide receiver to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
NFL legend believes Brown "wants to come to San Francisco really bad" after WR dropped hints of wanting to leave Pittsburgh.
The alleged incident unfolded in April and the Steelers WR has until October 11 to respond.
Wide receiver was cut by the Dallas Cowboys on April 13.
The Steelers training camp was a sight to behold.
Antonio Brown may have a case, too.
Commissioner Roger Goodell wrote an open letter to fans.