Most of the talk surrounds Brown signing with the Seahawks and he's found an advocate in quarterback Russell Wilson who says the mercurial receiver has been "humbled" and is "remorseful" and is deserving of a second chance. Arguable is the number of chances Brown has had thus far. Undoubtedly a signing with Seattle would seem to be a perfect match both from team and player perspectives as the Hawks remain the only undefeated team in the NFC and Wilson is putting together an MVP season himself. Brown, now 32, hasn't seen significant in-season snaps since 2018 while with the Steelers before finding his way to the Raiders where things turned ugly very quickly in 2019. He signed with New England, played in one game producing four receptions, 56 yards and a touchdown before being released. Currently found as DLF's WR104, it seems the receiver will be back in the NFL in short order and should he sign with Seahawks,will possess impact-potential for competitive dynasty teams in the second half of the 2020 season. How much athleticism and productivity remain are questions remaining to be answered and, obviously, his mental stability will remain under the microscope in the media.