Adrien Broner has seemingly entered more jail cells than boxing rings in the past 14 months, but that trend may soon change.  

The brash – and long embattled – former titlist from Cincinnati, Ohio, is apparently ready to continue his career, according to Showtime Sports President Stephen Espinoza, who said he was trying to come up with dates and opponents for the fighter once regarded as the hottest American talent in the sport.

Broner, 32, has not fought since winning a disputed 12-round decision over Jovanie Santiago last February at Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut. Since then he has had a few run-ins with the law and expressed sentiment on social media that could easily be construed as suicidal. Broner's personal problems, admittedly, have  been fodder for the tabloids for seemingly his entire career.

Espinoza suggested that Broner was in a better place now and that he has removed himself from his home base to a remote gym in Colorado.

“Adrien’s in camp,” Espinoza told ES News. “He’s gone away, he’s in Colorado for camp, demonstrating how serious he is.”

“We’re working on opponents and dates for him. He’s clearly committed to it. I think he’s still got gas in the tank. I think there are interesting match-ups.”

Broner has been a staple on Showtime, appearing as a headliner on the network seven times going back to 2016.

While Broner’s appeal may have diminished over the years, with his losses in high-profile fights and out-of-the-ring troubles, Espinoza said he still believes Broner is an attraction. It is not clear what weight Broner would fight at. Against Santiago, Broner fought at 145.

“Whether you love him or you hate him, you know, he’s still a draw,” Espinoza said.

Broner (34-4-1, 24 KOs) has had a patchy record over his past four fights, going 1-2-1. He suffered a loss to Mikey Garcia in 2017, drew with Jessie Vargas in 2018, and dropped a decision to Manny Pacquiao in a pay-per-view match in 2019.