Antonio Brown Reportedly 'Fielding Interest' From NFL Team

Antonio Brown has not given up playing in the NFL again. 

Brown will play in his first organized football game in more than a year when he suits up for the Albany Empire of the National Arena League on Saturday.  

The former Pro Bowl wide receiver owns the fledging franchise, along with his father Eddie. 

According to JR Rickert, Brown's agent, the 34-year-old pass catcher is actually receiving some legitimate interest from NFL teams. 

"'He is exploring the right fit,' his agent said Thursday, describing recent NFL inquiries as 'genuine,'" CBS Sports' Cody Benjamin wrote. 

Of course, Rickert could simply be trying to pump up his client and make it seem like Brown is more in demand than he actually is. 

After all, it's his job to find Brown a job if he really wants to play again. 

"I think that he is a multi-talented individual who does everything at a high level," Rickert told Benjamin, "and whatever he commits to, he goes all in." 

"I think that he is a multi-talented individual who does everything at a high level," Rickert told Benjamin, "and whatever he commits to, he goes all in."