If you were hoping that the Patriots would change their mind and bring back troubled wide out Antonio Brown, you can pretty much forget it.
NBC Sports Boston reports that the Pats have no interest in bringing back Brown, despite the fact they could use a play maker at the receiver spot.
Two sources with knowledge of the Patriots thinking scoffed at the idea Antonio Brown would rejoin the Patriots this season.
When one source was asked if there was a chance the wide out – who was with the Patriots for less than two tumultuous weeks in September – might have a chance at rejoining the team, this was the two-word response.
Brown tried to mend fences with the Pats going on social media earlier in the week and saying ‘sorry’ to Pats owner Robert Kraft.
The sentiment seems a little hollow after Brown’s tirade against not only the Pats but the entire NFL, a league who said he wouldn’t play for again shortly after his release.
For now, Brown remains open to any team that wants to sign him, and for the Pats they don’t seem to care that he wants to return to a 9-1 team that needs to be more focused on the Cowboys than off the field drama.