“Not toilet bowl” Antonio Brown tries to recruit himself for the Cleveland Browns in a ridiculous way

Antonio Brown is a free agent in 2022 and seems to have made it clear that he wants to join Deshaun Watson with the Cleveland Browns and help take them to the Super Bowl.

Antonio Brown
Antonio Brown

The Cleveland Browns hype train is well and truly rolling in 2022. With the recent trade for Deshaun Watson completed along with another trade for Amari Cooper, the Browns may be able to add another superstar, Antonio Brown.

I know that seems a bit outrageous at this point but Brown is a free agent for 2022. While he does have to recover from an ankle injury, he is likely to be available for the 2022 season.

Antonio Brown
Antonio Brown

In his 2 years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Brown played 15 games in which he caught 87 passes for 1028 yards and 8 touchdowns. That isn’t the best selling point but he wouldn’t be coming in as a #1 receiver.

With the Browns having already made some major moves, adding Brown could be a solid addition to the team and he certainly makes it seem like he wants to be a part of the team.

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Antonio Brown wants to join Deshaun Watson on the Cleveland Browns

Antonio Brown
Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown took to Twitter where he wrote “Take the Browns to Super Bowl, not Toilet Bowl.”

Brown also wrote a tweet saying “Cleveland Antonio Browns.”

So, it seems like Antonio Brown wants to be in Cleveland and it’s not too difficult to see why. The Browns already had a potent run game and were looking for a quarterback to solidify their situation. The addition of Deshaun Watson gives them that and more. While there certainly is some rust to break off, Watson is a proven talent in the NFL.

Antonio Brown would be teaming up with Amari Cooper where he would certainly benefit from defenses giving him less attention. Along with that, the Browns’ run game being so lethal would make the play-action game tough to deal with too.

Whether or not Antonio Brown will find himself on the Browns in 2022 is yet to be seen but if it did happen, it certainly would be interesting to see. That of course fully depends on if Brown is ready to go for the season and if Cleveland is willing to take on the possible baggage that comes with bringing Brown onto any NFL team at this point.

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