When he got suspended and decided to accept it without appeal I thought the same thing as the bolded. That this was good news as teams know knew what they were dealing with, when he could play, and he'd be signed fairly soon.
Pete Carrol's comments today make me think otherwise. It seems to me that teams are leery of his pending civil case and don't want to make a move until it's over with via settlement or trial(which I think is Sept 15th).
I've no doubt Seattle is interested, they were last year when the Raiders cut him and that interest never went away and they were my prediction of who would sign him when he got his suspension. I'm starting to change my mind on that as well and I think there was something to the Chad Johnson tweet a few weeks ago about him being a Houston Texan.
Whatever the team I get a strong feeling AB has agreed in principal with a team, and that team is stipulating that principal be nothing new and damaging comes out of AB's civil case and if so the offer they presented him is on the table for him to accept when that's over with. I say this because I think he'd have fought the suspension otherwise.