3 reasons why Arizona Cardinals should not pursue Antonio Brown
It’s just not necessary
Listen, the Cardinals have seven perfectly able professional receivers now. Is Brown better than most of them? Talent wise, with the exception of Larry Fitzgerald, I don’t think there is any question.
However why would a team, a young team with impressionable young receivers, want to introduce that headache into their locker room. Maybe he would fit into a more veteran team but he’s simply just not a good fit for the Cardinals.
The Cardinals still haven’t seen their most recent receiver addition in Michael Crabtree play yet. he was signed two weeks ago. We will get to see him for the first time on Sunday against the Detroit Lions.
Brown would be eligible to play week two but it could be longer before he decides to sign with a team and would be ready to play for whoever he decides to play for, if he decides to continue playing.