Another team emerges as a possible Antonio Brown destination

(Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images) Antonio Brown
(Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images) Antonio Brown /

The former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver has drawn the interest of a prominent member of the Seattle Seahawks.

It’s possible that Antonio Brown might have already played his last down in an NFL uniform. But brushing aside any chance of the former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver returning to the league in the near future would be foolish.

Teams have proven in the past that they are willing to add a player with just about any sort of baggage if the guy can help them win games. This is no different with Brown.

Despite the former Steelers pass-catcher being in the headlines for the wrong reasons too many times since he left the Steel City last year, there is at least one team out there who is willing to give him another shot.

Recently, Brown has been linked to potentially landing with the Baltimore Ravens thanks to working out with Lamar Jackson. Now, another team’s quarterback has revealed his interest to throw passes to the All-Pro receiver.

Could the former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver land in Seattle?

According to ESPN 710 radio’s John Clayton, current Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson would, “love,” for his team to sign Brown. Wilson reportedly wanted the Seahawks to sign the former Steelers pass-catcher during the middle of last season as well.

Brown wouldn’t be the first controversial player Seattle has taken a chance on since Pete Carroll took over as the team’s head coach. Guys like Frank Clark, Josh Gordon, Marshawn Lynch, and Percy Harvin were all given shots to succeed with the Seahawks despite some questionable decisions made by each of them in their past.

Could Brown be the next polarizing player Carroll and Seattle take a chance on? At the very least, the former Pittsburgh receiver would probably enjoy catching passes from Wilson.

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Nothing has been revealed about the Seahawks front office showing any actual interest in signing Brown. But if Seattle wants to keep their franchise quarterback happy, they might want to consider figuring out if adding Brown is worth the risk.