Once again, Antonio Brown is in the news, but not for his on-field exploits. On Friday, after the first day of the NFL Draft on Thursday, Brown tweeted that he was returning to the league and signing with the Baltimore Ravens. Just two months after announcing his retirement from the NFL, the seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver made the announcement with a photoshopped image of himself in a Ravens uniform. One of the reasons why Brown and his former head coach Bruce Arians were let go by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers following the incident with the New York Jets in 2021 was Brown’s history of off-field antics and issues. The whole incident went viral when Brown was spotted pulling off his pads and going for the locker room in the middle of the game, and it became a hot topic on Twitter. Fans may have been excited by the news of Brown’s comeback to the NFL, but it is unclear whether the Ravens will really sign him. Brown’s next move is sure to be met with suspicion and raised eyebrows by fans and critics alike, who have frequently been distracted by his antics and off-field concerns. Brown, however, consistently manages to cause controversy and confusion, which in turn gets him noticed and into the news.