Antonio Brown Says He’ll Attend The NFL Combine, Is ‘Excited’ To See Executives

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Antonio Brown apparently thinks he’s welcome at the NFL combine.

The disgraced NFL free agent is facing several legal issues at the moment and appears no closer to getting back into the NFL. But he isn’t going to let that stop him from going to the biggest scouting event in the sport. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

“I’m excited and looking forward to seeing them guys at the combine. I’mma be out there ready to get things back on the right page,” Brown told TMZ in a video shared Saturday about being at the combine.

There’s no way the NFL can let Antonio Brown anywhere near the combine. The combine is about finding out what rookies are all about ahead of the draft.

Letting Brown anywhere near the event would be nothing more than an unnecessary distraction. He should be kept far away.


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Furthermore, what fantasyland is Antonio Brown living in that he thinks NFL executives are eager to talk to him at the combine or anywhere else?

Again, this dude is facing years behind bars for allegedly attacking a moving truck driver. That’s not exactly the kind of guy NFL executives rush out to sign.


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Do the right thing, Goodell. Keep Brown far away from the combine.