Fans Had Comical Reactions To Floyd Mayweather Offering $20 Mill To Any NFL Team Willing To Sign Antonio Brown

Floyd Mayweather Offers 20 Mill For A NFL Team To Sign Antonio Brown

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  • Floyd Mayweather says he’ll pay a NFL team $20 million if they sign Antonio Brown and it doesn’t work out.
  • Brown hasn’t had a “trouble-free” season in the NFL since 2017 when he was playing for the Steelers.
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Antonio Brown, who has been a member of three different teams since leaving Pittsburgh after the 2018 season, is currently unemployed. Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather wants to help his pal get another job in the NFL and he says he is willing to pay for it.

Brown, who will be 34-years-old in July, has played in a total of 16 games over the past three seasons for the Raiders (0), Patriots (1) and Buccaneers (15).

When he’s actually been on the field, AB has been very productive. In those 16 games, he has caught 91 passes for 1,084 yards and 9 touchdowns. It’s just that he hasn’t been on the field very often.

Floyd Mayweather obviously thinks his buddy AB can still get it done, however, and is willing to put his money where his mouth is.

Floyd Mayweather is offering a $20 million guarantee for any team that signs Antonio Brown

Speaking to The Pivot podcast, Mayweather said, “I think AB is really misunderstood. He just want to be treated fair. And this is for any team that’s watching right now. We’ll make them a deal. If they sign AB and AB go through the whole season no problems at all, and then they got to give us $20 million, but if he mess up then we’ve got to give them $20 million. So if any team want to match that, you know, reach out to us.”

Since being benched for skipping practices leading up to the Steelers’ Week 17 game in 2018, Antonio Brown has been signed by the Raiders and never played a down before being run out of town, signed by the Patriots who cut him after one game, suspended for the first eight weeks of the 2020 NFL season, signed with the Buccaneers and played in 15 games in two seasons before having a complete meltdown on the sidelines during a game and being cut.

And that was the the ON the field stuff. Off the field, Antonio Brown has been an even worse mess with controversy and after controversy, including several lawsuits.

So, while Mayweather’s offer appears on the surface to make signing Brown a no-lose situation, not many NFL fans believe (a) it will actually happen, especially since Brown needs ankle surgery and (b) that AB won’t go off the rails again, costing Mayweather $20 million.

Then again…