should the Bears look into signing Antonio Brown?
No doubt he has the talent to help any team. and his size is another big target opposite Allen Robinson. sure he may be a head case, but if he can prove he can change and help when he gets off suspension, he can help the team make a playoff push down the stretch.
and if the defense stays healthy, with robert quinn signing will greatly help mack and hicks in the front and get more pressure and hopefully sacks.
any team that signs Brown will do a minimum contract with heavy incentives. so it should be a low risk - high reward situation.
@Terry v - I don't disagree with anything you said. especially with Covid still going strong unfortunately, who knows if the season will finish at all. but you can't deny his physical play can help almost any team. and a good receiver can help a QB with another big body to throw to.
- terry vLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
Its going to be hard to convince a team to sign him.No one really knows anymore how good he is.Yes he has had a great career.We don't really know what shape he is in.Then to convince a GM and coach that his head is in the game and he won't be a distraction will be the toughest thing to overcome.The Bears could sign him but there is no sense in going out there and doing it now.He has a 8 game suspension to serve.The Bears also do not know if they will be in contention at that time.The team that signs him won't be a non contender.Bears aren't even sure who they have as a qb!
- conley39Lv 72 months ago
No, they shoudn't. They don't have the leadership to handle Brown's non football issues.
- 2 months ago
He has talent, but he's also cancer. Don't forget, he's also on an 8 game suspension right now. The Bears will probably release him within a month because he'll just start some $hit like the drama queen he is.