Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by uncblue012, Feb 6, 2020.
Yeah, I think you can say business ain't booming so much nowadays.
That ship has sailed.
This right here is the key, you know we have heard all the AB stuff and we have heard a little blow back for guys on our team but I wonder just what the feeling really is.
I welcome the opportunity to bring him back and then trade him again for a 3rd and a 5th
He can miss it all he wants. Not a chance I want him back here. He will turn on us again the minute things don’t go his way. He doesn’t need to be playing football anyway. Go deal with your mental illness bruh.
Not just no, but HELL NO!
I just want to win at all costs haha
I was rewatching the highlights from previous season's Jaguar game, when the Steelers scored 20 in the last 17 minutes to win 20-16.
It is impressive to watch what Brown could do.
I could imagine a team signing Brown, with conditions in the contract like a lot of therapy and/or hospitalization.
(But I agree with others who don't see Brown committing to anything that he actually should do.)
Yeah he was ridiculous on the field, remember the game against New Orleans in his last season, may even have been his last game as a Steeler, the Saints just couldn’t cover him. That’s the game that the refs handed to NO with that sickening phantom PI call at the goal line.
If I was a GM I would not touch Brown personally. There is a very good chance that he is done in the league. If he tidies up his legal issues and doesn’t have any more meltdowns before next season he may get a job though.
I almost agreed
I’m halfway joking haha
Well not cheating like the patriots Red Sox or astros though
He can play for the XFL...
I read somewhere that the XFL already stated that AB wasn't welcome.
Oh hell no. You've got to be high or something.
Wait...let me calm down.
NO EFFING WAY. NADA. NUNCA. NIET.
The only way AB puts on another Steelers jersey is if an XFL team finds a way to legally use our name.
That's kinda the point. Like when someone asks you if you want to do a job and set the price so high they have to say no-thanks.
I'd have to think every player in the NFL has to be a member of the NFLPA without choice.
I'm just guessing though.
Depends on what a Team of shrinks say ...If 4 out of 5 of them can convince the Team he was mentally ill and they have cured him then why not ...Was he on Crack ? LSD ? Heroin?
Surely he is not as big of a natural Douche bag as he appears to be ..The Team and his Coaches would know that answer better than most would..
If I were Rooney, I'd get him help, and if that works out, get him back.
Is he still practicing in his Steelers gear?
Lol at anyone wanting him back under any circumstances, even cleared off any and all sexual harassment/assault allegations.
Stick a fork in him, he's done.
At first I thought hell no, then I kept thinking no but finally came to this conclusion: If he were to take a near minimum contract for 1 year as a "try before you buy" and he pretty much just shut up and worked hard, then I'd offer him a decent contract to ride out his years in Pit. Obviously being ready to cut ties at any moment if he did act up. Basically just chalk it all up to diva WR like Ocho Cinco, TO, Irvin and many more, but with the unfortunate pairing with social media that made it all so much more ridiculous. I mean, imagine if any of those other guys had twitter in their prime.
But still, I say don't even consider it. He can make his amends elsewhere, and it sets a bad precedent of being able to be walked all over and treated like trash and then just say sorry and its okay. Yeah Im thinking no
No way, no how. Nor would I bring Bell back. One is nuts and the other just didn't want to be there.
You almost have to believe that Bell was just given bad advice by his agent. Now that he knows he is not worth what he wanted, I would gladly take him back, he was never a bad team-mate.