Baltimore Ravens debates: Should the team go after Antonio Brown?

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Antonio Brown remains one of the most polarizing players in the NFL despite being a nonfactor in 2019. Should the Baltimore Ravens go after his services?

Not that long ago Antonio Brown was king of the wide receiver world. The man known simply as “AB” was highly productive and seemingly impossible to stop. You could only hope to contain this man because there was no way you were going to shut him down.

But things changed in an instant for the seven-time Pro Bowler. Brown went from beloved to hated in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania almost as quickly as Usain Bolt can run the 100-meter sprint. A change of scenery was needed for Brown and the Oakland Raiders gave him that. He rewarded them with immaturity and controversy that led to him being cut before the season even started.

Suddenly a Hall of Fame career was one that many wanted to forget about and move on from.

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But now things seem different. Fans and media members appear to be ready to give Antonio Brown another chance. Whether or not he deserves it is entirely your own opinion. The fact of the matter is that we are very likely to see Brown suit up for a team in 2020.

Could that team be the Baltimore Ravens? It’s what we’re here to discuss today.

Brown is being heavily linked to the Ravens for a variety of reasons. His cousin, Marquise Brown, is a Raven and many believe that because of that that maybe AB will play along and be on his best behavior. Baltimore also has a championship window open and Brown may be tempted to go to Charm City and win a ring. Most importantly, the Ravens have a team full of strong leaders and personalities. It would be hard for him to mess it up in Baltimore on the surface.

The question is, should the Ravens take that chance on Antonio Brown?

Ebony Bird site-experts Richard Bradshaw and Chris Schisler sat down and pleaded their respective cases for whether or not Baltimore should sign the troubled superstar.

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