Antonio Brown 2020 landing spots: Top five most likely destinations for the suspended wide receiver
After a litany of off-field issues, it's unclear if Antonio Brown will ever play in the NFL again, and even if he does, he's already guaranteed to miss at least half of the 2020 season. Now that the former superstar wide receiver has officially been suspended, however, Brown could be one step closer to resuming his career, if only because teams are finally aware of his discipline.
Does that mean a team should sign him? Brown's roller-coaster journey of the last year or so, which included essentially forcing his way out of three different organizations, suggests the risk might be greater than the reward at this point. And yet Brown, who just turned 32, still appears in tip-top shape with a Hall of Fame-caliber resume under his belt.
With that in mind, here's a stab at the five most likely landing spots for Antonio Brown in 2020:
GM Jon Robinson has been flirting with a big name all offseason, so why not this one? The Titans are a tightly run organization under Mike Vrabel -- a no-nonsense team both on and off the field -- but that could make them especially equipped to import and handle someone like Brown. Second-year pro A.J. Brown looks like a star in the making, but then it's Adam Humphries and an injured Corey Davis at WR, with the pressure on Ryan Tannehill to replicate his 2019 breakout. There's also the fact the Titans were very interested in trading for Brown just a year ago ...
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