Antonio Brown Set To Return To NFL After Agreeing To A 1-Year Deal With The Buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and four-time All-Pro wide receiver, Antonio Brown have reached an agreement on a one-year deal. This will be AB’s 4th team in nineteen months and his 2nd time teaming up with Tom Brady, who continues his dominant run as the best recruiter in all of football. 

Brown hasn’t played in an NFL contest since week 2 of the 2019 season and currently has one week remaining on his 8-game suspension for multiple violations of the NFL’s personal conduct policy. 

Brown is a seven-time Pro Bowl selection, four-time All-Pro selection, and has 841 receptions, 11,263 receiving yards, and 80 total touchdowns throughout his 10 NFL seasons. The addition of Brown equips Brady with arguably the most dangerous arsenal of weapons that he has ever possessed thus far into his 20 year GOAT campaign. Pairing AB up with Gronk, Mike Evans, and Chris Godwin provides the Bucs with limitless opportunities in the passing attack, to go along with opening up ample rushing opportunities for their running back core.

With the deep threat that Mike Evan’s and AB bring to the table on every down and the constant threat Gronk provides up the seems, the options to attack teams underneath with Godwin, and Shady McCoy are multiplied. All signs point to the Buccaneers having the most dangerous passing game in the league from here on out.

There is absolutely no doubt in anyone’s mind that AB will come in an make an immediate impact on the field, the question everyone is asking is whether or not he is capable of keeping his off the field antics out of the limelight and focus solely on playing football.  Barring any unexpected issues (nothing is out of the question given Brown’s history) expect to see Antonio Brown on the field with the Bucs for their week 9 home matchup at Raymond James Stadium against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.