Imagine a world where actor Chris Evans, once best known for playing a Harvard hottie in The Nanny Diaries, who later became of the most famous faces on the planet thanks to his role as a puncher of “Very Fine People” as Captain America, decided after a long, successful stint in the Marvel franchise, it was time to jump ship to play the Green Arrow in a straight-to-video sequel of the Justice League, starring Tommy Wiseau as Superman.
That’s Antonio Brown’s saga in a convoluted nutshell.
The former sixth round pick out of Central Michigan is finally out of Pittsburgh and headed to Vegas (eventually). Since he joined the league in 2010, no pair of hands has been more productive, leading all receivers in receptions, yards and touchdowns. Yet, how does this blockbuster effect everyone involved?