This is Yard Barker's Chris Mueller.
Antonio Brown is set to be reinstated after Week eight, and already teams are lining up to show interest where where Brown fit best and which team could use them the most.
Well, let's take a look at the three teams who would most benefit from Antonio Brown's presence.
The Seattle Seahawks have been mentioned the most when it comes to landing spots for Brown as both started Russell Wilson and backup Gino Smith, our friends with wide receiver.
Add that the fact that Pete Carroll has a reputation for being one of the league's most player friendly coaches and you have what seems like the perfect situation for one of the NFL's most talented but combustible players.
However, Seattle needs defensive help more than anything, and it's fair to wonder if there will be enough footballs to go around for Brown.
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The Baltimore Ravens make plenty of sense as well, and there needed wide receiver is far more pronounced than Seattle's.
Baltimore's offense is all about the running game and throwing too tight ends, but that's an identity partly born out of necessity.
The Ravens don't have a truly great wide receiver on the roster, and they've got no serious downfield threats besides Hollywood Brown, who happens to be Antonio Brown's cousin.
Would there be enough targets for Brown and such a run heavy offense? Well, that would remain to be seen.
But if he landed in Baltimore like Seattle stable franchise with a highly regarded coach, the ceiling for the Ravens offense would become truly scary.
Perhaps the team that could use Brown the most is the Green Bay Packers.
Aaron Rodgers has so far thrived without a great wide receiver opposite Davante Adams.
But if Green Bay wants to maximize the Renaissance season that Rogers seems to be, having, adding Brown to the mix would be a wise move.
Brown needs to have an elite quarterback throwing him the football, lest he get frustrated, particularly early in games, and Rogers more than fits that bill.
Adding Brown, not Onley, makes one of the best passing offenses in the NFL that much more dangerous.
But it would also help open up even more room for Erin Jones on the ground if Green Bay is looking for something to put them over the top in the NFC Antonio Brown might be their answer.
So there you have it.
Three teams who would benefit the most from signing Antonio Brown for yard Barker? I'm Chris Mueller.