College: Central Michigan | 11 years
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 185 lbs
Birth Date: 7/10/1988
2020 Bye Week: -
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 WR
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The Baltimore Ravens are interested in free-agent wide receivers -- they've scheduled a workout with veteran Dez Bryant -- but they are not interested in Antonio Brown. Quarterback Lamar Jackson has worked out with Brown, but it's hard to see the Ravens going in this direction after owner Steve Bisciotti publicly apologized following the Ray Rice situation. AB was suspended eight games by the league, so even if he latches on with a team like the Seahawks, he won't have any fantasy appeal until much later in the year. If you have the room in deeper leagues, the 32-year-old wideout could still be worth a stash if he lands in the right situation to make noise late in 2020.
Free-agent wide receiver Dez Bryant is expected to workout with the Baltimore Ravens this week, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Bryant has been out of the league since tearing his Achilles' tendon while with the New Orleans Saints in 2018 and hasn't played in a game since 2017 when he was still with the Dallas Cowboys. The Ravens have been linked to free-agent veteran wide receivers throughout the offseason, most notably Antonio Brown, but Brown has to serve an eight-game suspension before he can take the field. It is unclear just how much the 31-year-old Bryant has left in the tank but he could at least be a dangerous red-zone target for an explosive Baltimore offense if the workout goes well and the two sides can hammer out a deal.
Updating previous reports, free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) has accepted his eight-game suspension and is not expected to appeal the suspension, according to a source.
Fantasy Spin: Brown will not be eligible to play until Week 9, but he may now receive more interest since teams know his punishment. Fantasy players should keep an eye on the situation because he is a solid starting option in fantasy leagues when he is on the field.
Free agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) would have to serve an eight-game suspension for violations of the league's personal-conduct policy if and when he does sign with a new team, a league source said Friday, July 31.
Fantasy Spin: As expected, the route back to the NFL won't be a quick one. Don't bother with him in standard-size leagues for now.
Updating a previous report, free agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) begins his eight-game disciplinary suspension in Week 1 of the 2020 season, regardless if he has signed with a team or not.
Free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) is a player the Baltimore Ravens are willing to consider, but he is dealing with off-field issues at this point, according to head coach John Harbaugh.
Fantasy Spin: Brown likely will be facing a suspension once he signs with a team, which may be why he is still a free agent. He probably would be a starter if he joined the Ravens and could be a weekly starting option in fantasy leagues if healthy.
Free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) worked out with Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson this offseason, and Jackson said he still hopes the Ravens sign Brown.
Fantasy Spin: Brown worked out with several NFL quarterbacks during the offseason but is still waiting to sign with a team. He probably will be facing a suspension once he joins a team, which would hurt his fantasy value. Brown can still be one of the better receivers in the NFL, so fantasy players should monitor the situation since Brown can be a starting option.
Updating previous reports, free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) posted on Instagram that he doesn't want to retire and called on the NFL to finish its personal conduct investigations. 'I have complied with each and every ask of your investigations throughout the past 11 months,' Brown wrote. 'You have had access to all of my phones, you know what the deal is in each and every situation that the media has distorted. I have been seeing the therapist you asked me to, I have worked on all aspects of my life this past year and have become a better man because of it.'
Free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) indicated on Twitter that he is done playing professional football.
Fantasy Spin: Brown has threatened to retire in the past, so fantasy players should keep an eye on the situation. He has been linked to a few teams this offseason but likely will receive a suspension once he signs with a team. He was one of the best receivers in the NFL when he was playing and could be a solid fantasy option if he continues to play.
Free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) received some interest from the Seattle Seahawks earlier this offseason, but the two sides are not close to a contract agreement because of his off-field issues, according to a source.
Fantasy Spin: Brown sat out most of the 2019 season and has not received a lot of interest this offseason because he could receive a suspension. Fantasy players should monitor the situation because Brown has been one of the top receivers during his career and would have fantasy value if he plays.
Free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) reached a settlement with the New England Patriots regarding the compensation grievance Brown filed against the team.
Free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) is interested in signing with the Seattle Seahawks, and it is believed that QB Russell Wilson would like the Seahawks to sign Brown.
Fantasy Spin: Brown has been linked to a few teams this offseason but is still waiting to sign with a team. There is still a chance that he will be suspended at some point because of his off-field issues, so fantasy players can monitor the situation. He has been one of the top receivers in the NFL when he has been on the field and will have fantasy value if he plays in 2020.
Free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown posted a picture on his Instagram account on Wednesday showing him working out with Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Russell Wilson. Brown is trying to work his way back into the league after countless off-field incidents. While he's likely to receive at least an eight-game suspension in 2020, it's looking more and more likely that another team will give him another shot based purely on his talent on a football field. The Seahawks were already one of the teams considering adding Brown or Josh Gordon, and Wilson working out with AB only furthers that narrative. Adding Brown to Seattle's mix would certainly be intriguing, but the controversial wideout won't have much redraft value with a lengthy suspension coming his way if he's reinstated.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are not expected to sign free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown, per ESPN's Dianna Russini. The talented, but troubled receiver has been out of the league since appearing in Week 2 of the 2019 NFL season with the New England Patriots. The 31-year-old has found himself in various legal troubles recently, which has generally left teams hesitant to sign him. There is no doubt Brown can be an asset for any team when looking at it from a football perspective, but he will likely face some sort of league discipline even if he were to get signed now. Other teams like the Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens have been linked to the wideout, but there is no certainty they will pursue him.
Free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) is not drawing any interest from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to sources Tuesday, June 30.
The Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks were mentioned as possible destinations for free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown recently. According to ESPN's Josina Anderson, however, the Ravens might not be as close to signing Brown as it appeared a few days ago. According to Anderson, Brown's name has come up in Baltimore but there have not been any "recent talks internally" per one of her sources. At this time, Anderson doesn't believe Baltimore can be considered a possible future destination for the star wideout. While the Ravens may be out on Brown's services, it does appear likely that he will be getting another chance to play in the NFL this season, although a lengthy suspension is looming if he does sign on somewhere. He's worth a stash in deep dynasty leagues at this moment.
The Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks have had internal discussions about signing free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown. Brown's off-the-field issues have piled up and ran him out of the league last year in failed stints with the Raiders and Patriots. Because of that, he's likely facing at least an eight-game suspension if he signs with a team for the 2020 season. Despite all of that, teams still have some interest in him because of his exceptional talent when on a football field. Brown has been doing offseason workouts with Seahawks backup quarterback Geno Smith, so they are the team to watch here. Brown's cousin, Marquise Brown, plays for the Ravens. Both Baltimore and Seattle could use some wideout depth, but Brown likely wouldn't be an option for either team or for fantasy owners until later in the season.
Free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) is drawing interest from the Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens, who've both had internal discussions about signing the receiver.
Fantasy Spin: Brown hasn't played since catching four of eight targets for 56 yards and one touchdown in Week 2 of the 2019 campaign with the New England Patriots. He has had multiple off-field situations since he was released and will need to fully reprove himself both to interested teams and fantasy managers.
Updating previous reports, free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) pleaded no contest Friday, Jun 12, to charges related to felony battery of a moving-truck driver in January. Brown will avoid jail upon completing two years of probation, 100 hours of community service, and a mandatory psychological evaluation.
Fantasy Spin: This is one step in the right direction for the embattled wideout's quest to return to the NFL. As for now, he should remain on the periphery of fantasy radars.
Free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown pleaded no contest on Friday to charges related to his felony battery charge with a moving truck driver in January. Brown will not face jail time but will serve a two-year probation and was given 100 hours of community service and a mandatory psych evaluation. However, the former Steeler's status with the NFL remains under review, and it seems unlikely that another team will give him another chance after all of his countless off-field incidents since he was last with the Raiders and Patriots in 2019.