Despite not playing and on a team at the time, Antonio Brown was suspended eight games last season for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy following burglary and battery charges from a January incident in Florida.
With the suspension nearing its completion, Brown’s phone is reportedly ringing.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, multiple teams are showing interest in the former All-Pro WR, with the Seahawks being front-runners.
Brown last appeared in a game on September 15th for the Patriots as they took on the Dolphins in Miami. Brown was first let go by the Steelers last season, then was grabbed by Oakland, who let him go, and then was signed and let go by New England.
Brown, once arguably the best WR in the game, went through a whirlwind of on, and [mostly] off-the-field issues that lead to his demise, but has been relatively quiet and out of the news since.
The period of good behavior has likely led to a reinvigorated interest for Brown’s talents as this season progresses.