Antonio Brown's suspension (eight weeks) is getting closer and closer to expiring and it appears there will be some interest in the wide receiver when he's eligible to return.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Seahawks are one of those teams looking into adding Brown. He added teams "are positioning themselves to make a move so that he's ready to play as soon as he's reinstated."
Besides Seattle, no other specific teams were mentioned.
Brown is a free agent following being released by the Patriots last September. The star wide out is serving an eight-game suspension for multiple violations of the league's personal-conduct policy.
The suspension came following his no contest plea to burglary and battery charges from a January incident in Florida, as well as accusations he sent intimidating texts to a woman who accused Brown of making past unwanted advances toward her.
Brown is an extremely talented player, but it comes down to if a team is willing to take on his baggage.