Seahawks Reportedly ‘Positioned’ to Sign Antonio Brown; Ravens Should Push

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The Seattle Seahawks are “positioned” to sign Antonio Brown, who is eligible to return after Week 8. And, Adam Schefter reports, the Seahawks aren’t the only team that’s interested:

Brown is high-risk but high-reward.

Given Brown’s issues and uncertainty, few locker rooms are a good fit for the receiver. One of them is Seattle.

Russell Wilson is already running away with the MVP race. With Brown and D.K. Metcalf, Seattle would become an offensive machine.

Schefter doesn’t say what other teams are expected to make a push. Baltimore is another possible fit. Like the Seahawks, the Ravens have a strong leadership culture. They could also use Brown. The wide receiver position is the one of the only weaknesses the team has.

AB might be back.

Written by Bobby Burack

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  1. AB in Seattle would be a problem. They don’t need him BUT I could def see it happening.

    GB would def have to be in the mix, especially after that beatdown in Tampa.

    Baltimore would be nice, but I’m not sure how effective/happy he would be in that offense – but unlikely with their cap situation and the Earl Thomas experiment.

    Indy or Tennessee would be my dark horses.

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