Eagles listed at 20/1 odds to land Antonio Brown

The Philadelphia Eagles are a long shot to add Antonio Brown, especially with all the teams in the running for his services. How long are the odds the Eagles actually get Brown? Probably not as long as initially thought.

According to BetDSI the Eagles odds of getting Antonio Brown in a trade are at +2000 (or 20/1). Those odds are 15th in the NFL.

Here are all the odds to land Brown:

San Francisco 49ers +250
Indianapolis Colts +300
Buffalo Bills +400
Arizona Cardinals +500
Pittsburgh Steelers +500
New York Jets +700
Houston Texans +800
Dallas Cowboys +1000
Denver Broncos +1000
Green Bay Packers +1200
Cleveland Browns +1500
Chicago Bears +1500
Tennessee Titans +1500
Oakland Raiders +2000
Philadelphia Eagles +2000
New Orleans Saints +2500
Seattle Seahawks +3500
Detroit Lions +4000
Miami Dolphins +5000
Cincinnati Bengals +7500
Washington Redskins +7500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +10000
Jacksonville Jaguars +10000
Atlanta Falcons +10000
Minnesota Vikings +15000
Baltimore Ravens +15000
New England Patriots +20000
Carolina Panthers +20000
Los Angeles Chargers +20000
Kansas City Chiefs +25000
Los Angeles Rams +25000
New York Giants +30000

Trading for a player of Brown’s caliber at wide receiver comes along once every decade and would instantly make any team better. Should the Eagles enter the Brown sweepstakes, knowing he’s the type of player that could make their offense a top-five unit in the NFL again and be a huge piece toward winning their second Super Bowl title in three years?

Brown is coming off his sixth consecutive 100-catch season, finishing 2018 with 104 catches for 1,297 yards (averaging 12.5 yards per catch) and leading the NFL with 15 touchdowns, the first time he’s led the league in touchdowns and the fourth time in the last five seasons he’s had double-digit touchdowns.

Brown has averaged 114 catches over the last six seasons, leading the NFL in receptions twice. He has totaled 9,145 yards and 67 touchdowns, averaging 13.3 yards per catch during that span. Those are elite numbers for any player at the wide receiver position and qualifications for Hall of Fame status when Brown’s career is over.

Since 2013, Brown leads the entire NFL in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns. He is the only player in league history to catch at least 100 passes in a season six consecutive times.

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The Eagles’ odds could increase on landing Brown by offering a first-round pick to land him. Players want to join Philadelphia to play for head coach Doug Pederson, who has proven to support his players through tough times. Of course, Brown’s issues have all involved things occurring in the Steelers locker room and coaching staff so any team wishing to acquire him would have to do an extensive background on the All-Pro.

All of Brown’s issues have involved one common theme, the problem that arises in the Steelers locker room with multiple players naming Ben Roethlisberger and Le’Veon Bell, along with a coaching staff that seems to have no control over all the personalities.

Perhaps a change of scenery would be good for Brown. The Eagles could easily take a hard pass or go for broke on one of the greatest wide receivers ever.

Right now the Eagles are in limbo in regards to Brown, which isn’t a bad thing.


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