Roughly a week removed from NFL Network's Michael Silver reporting that the Seattle Seahawks -- along with the Baltimore Ravens -- were having internal discussions regarding signing wide receiver Antonio Brown, the seven-time Pro Bowler posted a video on his Instagram account of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and Brown working out together.
Brown's caption to the video read: "Who would like to see this on Sundays? That was fun!!!!!!!!!!"
The video saw Brown go in motion and beat coverage to haul in a long ball in the end zone from Wilson.
Perhaps another next chance awaits Brown in the Pacific Northwest.
A tumultuous tenure for Brown and the Steelers ended in the 2019 offseason when he was traded to the Raiders. Brown never played for the Raiders, though, as he was released and subsequently picked up by the Patriots ahead of the 2019 season opener. His stay in New England was also over quickly and Brown has not played since Week 2 of last season.
Brown pleaded no contest in June to battery and burglary charges from a January incident in Florida.
Brown is also being investigated by the NFL amid allegations of sexual assault and rape in addition to sending intimidating texts to a woman accusing the receiver of making past unwanted advances toward her.
The latter incident came shortly before Brown was released by the Patriots after playing in only one game.
Thus, with all the potential that would come with signing the all-world talent, teams will be posed with balancing his availability due to potential league discipline along with a history of distractions off the field.
Currently, Wilson's top targets are presumed to be wideouts Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf along with newcomers Phillip Dorsett at receiver and Greg Olsen at tight end.