Infamous wide receiver Antonio Brown has the solution for the Ravens drops!

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After dropping more than two, more than four, more than seven passes last Sunday on their way to losing their divisional matchup against Pittsburgh, it looks like the Baltimore Ravens have found someone in the known of the solution to their woes.

Infamous former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, definitely someone who knows a thing or two about catching passes, has the ultimate fix for the drop problem and he shared it with the world on Monday.

"Ravens need AB," Brown said in reference to Baltimore needing a receiver as good as the man himself so Lamar has not to go through another horrid performance by his wideouts.

The problem, however, is that while the solution might be there and it might have been unveiled by Brown, he didn't seem interested in contributing to it.

"AB don't need the Ravens," he finished. Ugh.

Brown hasn't played a game since he last did in 2021 as a member of the Tampa Bay Bucs. He won a Super Bowl ring with Tampa one year prior after spending nine years in Pittsburgh before signing with New England for the 2019 season. He was also part of the Las Vegas Raiders franchise in the summer of 2019 but never played for them.

Brown played 17 games against the Ravens throughout his career, winning eight and losing nine. In those outings, he racked up 1,191 yards on 99 receptions catching 58.9% of the targets he got in those games. He scored five touchdowns.

His 58.9% catch rate against Baltimore is the worst he ever posted against a team he faced more than four times, and the seventh-worst against any opponent.

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Antonio Brown keeps looking for a team to offer him a contract, and although that franchise might be the Ravens it looks like he wouldn't be interested in signing that deal. We can't be more pleased.

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