Antonio Brown may have called quits to NFL and enrolled in Michigan University to complete his higher studies, though it doesn’t mean we won’t be seeing the wide receiver back in the field. There are a lot of teams interested in the Pro Bowler and his agent Drew Rosenhaus has also confirmed the same.
Brown was released by the Patriots after reports of him sending threating text messages to the second accuser. In response to that, Brown that he is leaving NFL but will also file a legal battle to get his contract guaranteed money. It will be the same reason Brown will sign another NFL deal despite the lawsuit and Miami Dolphins are the prime contender.
Antonio Brown’s Agent on the Wide Receiver
Drew Rosenhaus, the agent of Antonio Brown recently attended a podcast where he shared details on his client’s future. Rosenhaus was very confident in getting a new deal for Brown. “I have had discussions and there are many teams interested in Mr. Brown and they want to know about his future. When everything is resolved by the NFL, the Hall of Famer will continue his football career.”
— carl volny (@MrYadigg29) September 20, 2019
#Dolphins sign WR Antonio Brown to a 1 yr / 15M$, per source.
— Noix JouleSon (@AbsCoverage) September 20, 2019
Breaking news… Miami Dolphins sign WR Antonio Brown after patriots release. pic.twitter.com/Ss2ojSRdku
— Emma_Girlgamer (@NFLWelcome) September 22, 2019
Even though he didn’t name a team, it is common knowledge that the Miami Dolphins could be the name. The Dolphins are the home team of Brown and also they are on a major rebuild for the 2019 NFL season.
NFL deals after Investigation
Antonio Brown knows that the NFL investigation will take some time and he will only get a new trade deal once he is cleared of all the allegations. It is why he has enrolled back to college to get some sympathy from the fans and improve his public image.
NFL is currently investigating the two sexual assault allegations against Antonio Brown and technically he is clear to play and sign a deal as a free agent. Most of the NFL teams are waiting for the steam to blow off and sign Brown as soon as NFL clears his name.