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- Brown, Antonio, a former Tampa Bay Buccaneer receiver, reportedly made a pitch to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
- Jones should aim to capture some of Brown’s “energy,” according to the Super Bowl winner.
- Brown is someone the Cowboys would be smart to avoid at all costs.
Brown, Antonio, like John Bender, does not want football fans to forget about him. Unfortunately for fans of America’s Game, this means that they will have to listen to the oddball receiver continue to sell clubs on why they should sign him.
After the Baltimore Ravens made it plain that they had no plans to sign Brown, the seven-time Pro Bowler switched his focus to the Dallas Cowboys, especially naming owner Jerry Jones.
Brown, Antonio reportedly made a pitch to Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys.
Sounds like @AB84 wants to play for the Cowboys next season 😳
“Maybe Jerry Jones thinks it’s hot that I’m putting out so much inspiration, so much hard work, and so much encouragement. Perhaps he’d want to harness some of that power.”
— Ethan Cadeaux (@Ethan_Cadeaux) March 10, 2022
After his amazing walkoff against the New York Jets on Jan. 2, it’s understandable that Brown would want to stay out of the limelight for a while.
If you believe that, you haven’t met Brown.
Instead of remaining silent, the veteran wide receiver has been making the rounds on podcasts over the last two months. He made an appearance on The Pivot on March 8 and expressed his desire to continue playing in the NFL.
The 33-year-old remarked, “The aim is to get back into the game,” before implying that he wants to join the Cowboys.
“Perhaps Jerry Jones thinks it’s hot that I’m putting all this drive, hard work, and encouragement out there. Perhaps he’d want to harness some of that power.”
The Cowboys had not been connected to signing Brown, who will be 34 in July, as of publishing.
Jones and the Cowboys would be smart to avoid the quirky wide receiver.
Brown, Antonio (L) made his pitch to play for Jerry Jones’ Dallas Cowboys | Nic Antaya/Getty Images; Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images
Brown has every right to want to play for the Cowboys. Who wouldn’t want to play for America’s Team in front of 93,000 fans before falling short of making it to the NFC Championship Game?
That isn’t to say the Cowboys shouldn’t be interested in signing Brown. In fact, they’d be prudent to keep a safe distance from the seasoned receiver.
Brown’s ability to contribute isn’t in question, particularly after catching 42 passes for 545 yards and four touchdowns in seven games and three starts last season; that’s a 102-catch, 1,324-yard, 10-touchdown pace in a 17-game season. Every club, particularly a contender like the Cowboys, would want a receiver who could put up those kinds of statistics.
But, with a history of selfishness and poisonous conduct, do the Cowboys really want to sign Brown? He isn’t a player with a single blemish on his record. This is a guy who, if not for his exceptional skill, would have left the NFL long before his 2020 arrival in Tampa Bay.
The Cowboys don’t need a me-first player like Brown right now, not with the club on the verge of reaching the NFC championship game for the 30th time.
If there is a club that will bite the bullet and sign Brown, who will it be?
Brown’s signing seems to be a foregone conclusion at this point. What does it matter if someone has a history of poor conduct if he can overcome a defense and score long touchdowns?
The Cowboys should decline, while the Ravens are expected to decline. The Buccaneers, Las Vegas Raiders, New England Patriots, and Pittsburgh Steelers are all likely to consider him persona non grata.
Objectively, the Denver Broncos seem to be a contender who, like the Buccaneers, may benefit from having Brown as a rotating receiver. The issue is that if the Central Michigan product develops a dislike for Tom Brady, how long before he becomes irritated and lashes out at Russell Wilson? The Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers are in the same boat.
However, given Jones’s competitive nature, we shouldn’t be shocked when he presents Brown at The Star. However, we shouldn’t be astonished if Brown suffers a nervous breakdown and leaves the Cowboys in early October.
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