Wide receiver Antonio Brown will reportedly meet with the NFL on Wednesday as the league continues its investigation into various allegations against him.

Josina Anderson of ESPN reported the news Thursday, noting Brown will meet with league representatives in person and is “eager to present his side.” 

According to Anderson, there are multiple teams that will be interested in signing the seven-time Pro Bowler depending on the outcome of the investigation.

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Adam Schefter of ESPN reported the Seattle Seahawks did “their due diligence” on Brown before claiming Josh Gordon off waivers Friday. 

The report revealed quarterback Russell Wilson even pushed for his team to sign Brown.

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