Despite not having a team so far, the player must fulfill a feeling if he is hired during the season.
Antonio Brown was sanctioned by the Nfl by breaking the Personal Conduct Policy on several occasions and he will not be able to be in the first games for eight games of the season, although at the moment he is still retired and looking for a team.
NFL Special Adviser on Conduct Todd Jones confirmed the sanction for the 32-year-old wide receiver, who in 2019 was cut by the Oakland Raiders and ended in the New England Patriots. However, he only played one game in the Pats, against the Miami Dolphins, breaking the bond due to allegations of sexual assault.
However, the Texans Rangers, Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks appear interested in hiring Brown for the season that begins on September 10.
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