Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by Brees#1, Jul 22, 2020.
Brady doesn't carry as much weight in Tampa as he did with Dad#2 RK.
Brady is just getting greedy at this point. He already is working with the most stacked offense in NFL history and he wants even more? Like I said, Super Bowl or hang the QB! How can they possibly get any more weapons on that team?
Antonio Brown suspended for 8 games for violating league's personal conduct policy
So AB says he’s retiring again, yet pushes the NFL to levy his talent punishment. Go figure. Still the attention whore.
8-game suspension is about what I thought it should be. Now teams can use that in contract talks. I wouldn’t be surprised if he signs this weekend.
Better not be with Baltimore.
If he signs with anyone, it'll probably be with Miami, then Chicago, then Cincinnati, then Cleveland, then Detroit. All in a two week span.
Hey leave the Browns outta this. They got enough problems with OBJ. Could you imagine AB and OBJ on the same team? If that would happen my team would be the first to have a sideline psychiatrist for all games.
We lost Goodwin
someone is still slurping
And if he flames his way outta Philly he’ll be all like: “It’s the Steelers fault for corrupting such a great athlete”
any chance he ends up back in Pitts?
I don’t see how it would be possible. But it would ultimately be up to Ben. And we know how AB burned that bridge repeatedly in 2019. That relationship is toast. Not to mention the rest of the people in Pittsburgh he drug through the mud.
You could say there’s a snowflake’s chance in hell...
About as good a chance that Brady faces the Pats in the Super Bowl this year.
ESPN's Brady Henderson reports the Seahawks are "monitoring" free agent WRs Antonio Brown and Josh Gordon.
Brown has been suspended for eight games, which gives teams a rough timeline of when they can expect him to be on the field. With that said, he's eligible to be suspended for additional games following the outcomes of his Florida cases. Meanwhile, Gordon is waiting for commissioner Roger Goodell to reinstate him. The Seahawks are in need of a third receiver behind Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf, and both of these free agent receivers have the potential to be a lot more than a third option if things click. Of course, signing either receiver would be a gamble. Gordon, in particular, has expressed clear interest in joining Seattle for the 2020 season.
Well if FA WRs that haven't touched the field in a long time are still at the top of their list, then why not give Dez a call?
Maybe the team wants someone who doesn't drop the ball...
Josh Gordon's career drop % = 4.85
Which is right on par with the likes of Torrey Smith, Amari Cooper & Davante Adams.
Josh Gordon is not Dez. Dez Bryant's carreer drop % of clutch receptions in big games is 100%.
as the AB turns
A Miami judge sanctioned unsigned FA Antonio Brown and entered a default judgment against him.
Circuit Court Judge Beatrice Butchko struck down Brown's counterclaims in a lawsuit alleging he trashed a luxury condominium. Butchko said Brown's "conduct exhibited an intentional delay tactic, a pattern of refusal to follow rules, and established a lack of good faith." It's yet another legal blow for Brown, who faces an eight-game suspension that would begin Week 1 if a team signs the wideout. Whether his latest legal setback will affect his suspension status remains to be seen. The Seahawks reportedly have interest in Brown
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