Antonio Brown has not yet received clearance from the NFL, and when he returns, the catcher will likely find a limited market waiting for him.
A report on Tuesday indicated that the Ravens and Seahawks have had internal discussions about Brown’s signing, but another report on Wednesday downplays Baltimore’s level of interest.
Brown’s name has appeared in Baltimore, reports Josina Anderson, but “Brown has not been seriously discussed (pending review of his case), nor have there been any recent conversations internally. . . . Right now, I wouldn’t count [Baltimore] as a potential future destination. “
Brown has worked with Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown in South Florida this offseason.
Antonio Brown faces league discipline after not declaring a robbery and battery dispute over an altercation with a moving trucker. The league continues to investigate two other incidents involving Brown for possible additional discipline.
Brown has not played since Sept. 15, the only game he played for the Patriots and the only game he played last season.