Report: Antonio Brown Meeting With Teams At NFL Scouting Combine

Shawn Digity
February 16, 2020 - 12:40 pm
Antonio Brown

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(93.7 The Fan) - Antonio Brown has indicated that he'll be at the NFL's Scouting Combine to meet with teams.

The Combine occurs every off-season, usually during the last week of February.

It's part of the draft process that allows eligible prospects to undergo workouts and medical check-ins.

It's also a business-oriented event that allows team representatives to meet with draft prospects and with each other.

This year, Antonio Brown will utilize the Combine to meet with those team reps.

In an interview with TMZ Sports, Brown laid out his plan to attend the Combine and address and apologize for the litany of legal and behavioral issues that he's been involved with in the past several months.

"I'm excited and looking forward to seeing them guys," Brown says.

Currently, Brown doesn't have an agent after Drew Rosenhaus cut ties with him, which is just one of many snags for an NFL return.

According to, there was already very little interest from teams before Rosenhaus terminated his agency with Brown.

Since the several incidents involving attacking a moving truck driver, arrest warrants, and sexual assault allegations, Brown has been backtracking and apologizing in recent weeks.

He even joined The Morning Show.

Brown's NFL redemption arc will remain an uphill battle as there will be infinitesimal interest from teams at the Combine, who are there to perform medical and physical evaluations of soon-to-be rookies.

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