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Did Antonio Brown really just announce his NFL comeback?

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Antonio Brown recently took to Twitter to announce his potential return to the NFL, indicating his excitement with the phrase “excited to return to the NFL” and the hashtag #RavensFlock.

The former All-Pro wide receiver’s return would be a surprising but not impossible move, as he has previously attempted comebacks despite even having retired from the NFL in the past.

The Baltimore Ravens, who have already acquired Odell Beckham Jr. on a one-year deal and selected Boston College receiver Zay Flowers in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft, appear to be bolstering their roster for Lamar Jackson’s benefit after the quarterback signed a lucrative new five-year contract.

Currently, it is unclear whether Brown’s recent tweets about his return to the NFL should be taken seriously. However, it has been reported that he is facing legal issues due to unpaid child support, and he has also shared videos on social media showing him smoking a substance resembling marijuana during his hiatus from the league.

In the event that Brown does sign with a team, such as the Ravens, it is likely that the NFL will intervene to ensure that he is compliant with their standards for personal conduct and legal compliance before allowing him to play.


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