Antonio Brown fielding 'genuine' NFL interest ahead of anticipated arena league debut, agent says

Two years after he was last seen in the NFL, previous All-Pro pass receiver Antonio Brown is teasing a launching for the arena football group he just recently acquired. But that’s not all. The longtime Steelers star is likewise fielding “genuine” interest from NFL groups about a prospective go back to the league in 2023, his representative JR Rickert informs CBS Sports.

Brown, 34, hasn’t taken the field given that storming out of the Buccaneers’ Week 17 video game in 2021, when he infamously went shirtless after a conflict with Tampa Bay coaches. But the seven-time Pro Bowler just recently reported to practice for the Albany Empire, the upstart National Arena League group of which he is a bulk owner, and prepares to “suit up” at Saturday’s house video game.

It’s a possibility for Brown to jump-start an arena franchise he’s running along with his daddy, previous indoor standout Eddie Brown, while he considers his own NFL resurgence, according to Rickert.

“He is exploring the right fit,” his representative stated Thursday, explaining current NFL questions as “genuine.”

This comes a month after Brown quickly teased an NFL resurgence, even publishing a photo of himself in a Ravens uniform. He’d stated as just recently as March, when he ended up being co-owner of the Empire, that he was retired from playing.

Rickert revealed self-confidence Brown will be on an NFL lineup eventually in 2023. But is the wideout major about a return?

“I think that he is a multi-talented individual who does everything at a high level,” Rickert stated, “and whatever he commits to, he goes all in.”

Brown, who’s using military and very first responders complimentary admission to his obvious Empire launching on Saturday, has actually stayed a questionable off-field figure. Since 2019, in between vibrant departures from the Steelers, Raiders and Patriots companies, the previous All-Pro has actually dealt with many suits, consisting of those declaring sexual misbehavior and felony battery.

Asked if he’s worried Brown might deal with future NFL discipline in case of a go back to the league, Rickert stated just that he’s “had a tremendously positive experience working with AB, and would hope that I (can) continue to be a strong advocate and advisor.”

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