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Antonio Brown playfully hinted he was willing to talk with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones about a return to the field.
The Cowboys have hit a receiver injury crisis after James Washington injured his foot earlier this month with Michael Gallup already out while recovering from ACL surgery.
But Brown appears willing to solve their wide receiver woes as he issued a plea to owner Jones.
Antonio Brown playfully hinted he was willing to talk with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones
Brown hasn't played an NFL game since he left a game vs. the Jets in early January 2022
Brown last played for the Buccaneers, where he won a Super Bowl but was cut last January after ripping off his jersey and storming off the field during the third quarter of a game vs. the Jets.
He is currently a free agent after suiting up for the Bucs in seven games last year but seems keen to take to the field again as a Cowboy.
When told people want him to come back to football, Brown told TMZ: 'Tell Jerry Jones to call me.
'If he wants the dance,' he added, while turning his back to the camera and shimmying his hips. 'If he want the production, maybe.'
The wide receiver told Cowboys owner Jones 'to call him' when asked about a football return
After the infamous shirtless episode at MetLife Stadium, Tom Brady suggested Brown may need 'help' and struck a serious tone in regards to his ex-teammate.
'We all love him,' he said. 'We care about him deeply. You know, we want to see him be at his best, and, you know, unfortunately it won't be with our team.'
When asked if he had spoken to the star quarterback, Brown appeared to hold no grudges as he said: 'No but tell him I miss the passes. I'm still open.'
It is unclear how serious Brown was about a potential talk with Jones given he has spent the offseason focused on his music career, which included him creating a