It was long overdue, but the New England Patriots finally came to their senses and cut ties with troubled wideout Antonio Brown on Friday just hours after it was revealed that disturbing and threatening text messages were sent from a number rumored to belonged to the six-time Pro Bowler to one of his current accusers.

Still, an investigation needs to be conducted to determine whether or not Brown is found guilty of his sexual assault and rape allegations. And if he is in fact ultimately cleared, we don't doubt that he'll enter the NFL market again.

With that in mind, let's highlight three organizations foolish enough to take a chance on the petulant pass-catcher.