On Sunday morning, B/R Gridiron shared a couple of pictures of Brown and Sanders together. It appears the two may be working out together. In the tweet, Sanders is quoted as saying, “I can’t wait to witness this comeback Story called A, B, & See.”
Brown has been working out relentlessly despite being out of work. He routinely posts videos of his workouts on his social media accounts. And quite honestly, from a physical perspective, AB looks as explosive and dynamic as ever.
If Brown is going to come back any time soon, any return would almost certainly be prefaced by a suspension.
Recently, Brown was charged with assault over an incident where he allegedly attacked a truck driver at his home in Florida. Prior to that, Brown was accused of sexual misconduct by two separate women.
The NFL is currently investigating these allegations. It quite honestly has not been in any hurry to complete the investigation. And in the meantime, it has made it clear to teams that Brown would be subject to the Commissioner’s exempt list if he were signed.
Despite ongoing legal issues and an NFL investigation hanging over his head, Brown hasn’t been completely off the radar. Recently, NFL insider John Clayton shared that Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks would love for Brown to join him.
Prior to that, Brown was videotaped working out with Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens. Jackson has made it clear he’d love to play with Brown in Baltimore.
The four-time First-team All-Pro receiver is seriously talented on the gridiron. Throughout his career, playing nine seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers and one game last season with the Patriots, he’s racked up significant stats. Brown has hauled in 841 receptions for 11,263 yards and 75 touchdowns appearing in 131 games.
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The following teams have not had a wide receiver make the AP First Team All Pro team in the Super Bowl era: Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Denver Broncos, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.