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Bears fans not interested in signing Antonio Brown after Raiders release

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After a training camp/preseason full of antics, the Antonio Brown-Raiders marriage officially ended on Saturday, with the team releasing the mercurial wide receiver.

Brown has as much talent as any wide receiver in the NFL. However, the 31-year-old gave the Raiders numerous headaches in training camp/preseason. Let's review them! Brown:

-Entered training camp via hot air balloon (this was kind of cool)
-Missed time due to frostbitten feet after not wearing proper attire during a cryotherapy session
-Lost two grievances with the NFL over a helmet dispute.
-Posted a fine notice on Instagram after missing a practice and walkthrough
-Got into a spat with Raiders GM Mike Mayock for that fine, which led to the Raiders fining Brown again (reportedly for $215,073.53)

Got all that? Good! So, despite Brown's talent, every team likely won't show interest in him, now that he's a free agent. When it comes to the Bears, the consensus is that the team should avoid signing 31-year-old All-Pro.

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Have no fear, though, Bears fans. Based on how the Bears' culture will already be put to the test -- and head coach Matt Nagy's most memorable quote from training camp -- it seems unlikely that they bring Brown to Chicago.

 

“We don’t have turds on this team," Nagy said.

Read more on how Brown can help the Bears this season without the team signing him.

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