Steelers star Antonio Brown wants to sign with the Wolves

Give him a shot, Thibs!
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Will the Wolves do all they can to add an All-Pro talent to their roster?

The All-Pro we're talking about is an NFL player: Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, who went on Instagram Monday and asked the Wolves to sign him to a 10-day contract. 

Brown is good friends with Wolves star Jimmy Butler, so he's got the connections to get a 10-day deal if he's actually serious, which we highly doubt. 

Anyway, maybe Brown will enjoy his stay in Minnesota to the point that he'll consider playing for the Vikings when he's a free agent again in 2022. 

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