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You’ve all faced the Patriots dilemma with Antonio Brown one way or another. How do you make sure an incoming superstar helps team performance instead of hurting it? There’s no doubt Patriot’s coach Bill Belichick is a master at doing this. There’s no doubt Brown poses a particularly big challenge. Expect Belichick to do what he’s always done, bring the new player onboard step by step.

For those of you not familiar with the NFL’s Antonio Brown, in eight seasons with the Pittsburg Steelers he delivered 11,207 receiving yards. That’s 86.2 yards per game – the third best ever by any NFL receiver on any team over their career. And, oh-by-he-way, he also ran for 2,932 yards after receiving kicks.

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