Seattle Seahawks are looking to sign on Antonio Brown as his Week 8 suspension is almost over although there haven’t been any official talks on a contract, as yet. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said that the team has “endeavored to be in on everything that’s going on.” League sources say that there are other teams who are also showing interest in the player as they also intend to make a move so that he can play as soon as he is reinstated.
Antonio Brown was suspended, without pay, for eight games by the NFL. He had multiple violations of personal conduct policies of the League. He is under investigation for sexual misconduct by an artist, at his home, in 2017. He also had a felony burglary with battery charge in June, to which he pleaded no contest. In January he had two minor misdemeanor charges. This incident was with a moving truck company in Florida, outside his house. His former athletic trainer has also filed a lawsuit alleging sexual assault by him.
Carroll also said that leave no stone unturned in their approach to everything and would continue to do so, in this matter as well.
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