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Amid a chaotic 2020, will any NFL team take the risk on Antonio Brown?

Andrew Luck’s retirement, which was roughly a year ago, feels like five years ago. So does Antonio Brown’s meltdown in Oakland, which happened around the same time Luck retired.

Speaking of Brown, the rapidification of the news cycle is something that could benefit the Hall-of-Fame bound receiver, whose ability to make plays on the football field has been eclipsed only by his ability to be a spectacle off of it.

Over the past year, Brown’s laundry list of transgressions — both known and alleged — is long. It includes a brief stint in New England that ended amid rape and sexual misconduct accusations, an incident with a delivery driver that led to charges of battery and burglary in January, and multiple retirements he quickly rescinded.