Which NFL Team Will Antonio Brown Play For Next?

Antonio Brown’s brief career with the Oakland Raiders is over before it truly began, and chances are outside on which NFL team that the disgruntled wide receiver will probably signal together next.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Brown was discharged on September 7 from the Raiders. The news comes in the aftermath of a collection of events in which the veteran lent his displeasure with the group.
Brown’s launch is suprising considering head coach Jon Gruden told reporters despite getting into a heated market with general manager Mike Mayock on Wednesday, that Brown would play to the group against the Denver Broncos.
Unsurprisingly, online sportsbook BetOnline has tabbed the New England Patriots since the +200 favorites to land Brown. The Washington Redskins (+300), Dallas Cowboys (+600), Buffalo Bills (+700), Houston Texans (+1000), Denver Broncos (+1000), Arizona Cardinals (+1000), San Francisco 49ers (+1000) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+1000) can also be available to wager on.
As each day continues, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ decision to eliminate Brown looks brighter and smarter. Brown, who had been dealt in the offseason for a fifth and third round draft pick, has been one of the best receivers in the league since becoming drafted in 2010. Recently, however, his off-field antics have proven to be too much to handle, and the Raiders has to go forward with no superstar only two weeks before the season starts.
You haven’t been paying attention if you’re amazed to find that the Patriots as the preferred to signal Brown. New England has made a habit of attracting players that were perceived as malcontents and making them conform under”the Patriot way,” and Brown would certainly fit this description. But the recent behavior of Brown might scare off even Bill Belichick, since the 31-year-old is a risk to virtually any pre-existing locker room chemistry right now.
When attempting to guess in which Brown will go next, it’s important to remember that his future destination is completely around him. Brown does not need to clear waivers, so he is now an unrestricted free agent who’s absolutely free to sign he wants. For that reason, I would rule out the Redskins, Bills, Cardinals and Buccaneers because none of those groups are expected to be playoff contenders at 2019.
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