July 3, 2022

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Report: Buccaneers, Antonio Brown agree to 1 year contract

Report: Buccaneers, Antonio Brown agree to 1 year contract

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Adding dangerous weapons is not done.

Tampa Bay has a free-agent agreement with Wide Receiver Antonio Brown On a one-year contract, the sources said Adam Schifter of ESPN.

Brown has yet to pass the COVID-19 protocols, and the deal has not been finalized, but he is expected to make his Bucks debut with the New Orleans Saints in Week 9.

The seven-time pro bowler is currently suspended, but is eligible to be re-appointed after the 8th week. Report Has generated interest from multiple teams including Seattle Seahawks.

The Buccaneers will be the fourth team in Brown’s career.

The 2010 sixth round pick spent its first nine NFL campaigns with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He traded with the Las Vegas Raiders in 2019, but was unable to participate in the regular season with the team after being demanded to be released. The New England Patriots then signed Brown but cut him off just one game later due to off-field issues.

The 32-year-old has held 841 passes to 11,263 receiving yards and 75 touchdowns since he entered the league. He has played in only one game since the end of the 2018 season, during which time he received a touchdown pass Tom Brady.

Brady made a strong effort for Brady Schifter.

Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians, who was Steelers’ offensive coordinator in 2010 and 2011 Said In March Brown “did not fit in our locker room.”

The Buccaneers’ season included a number of top players, including Brady and Tight End. Rob Grankowski, And running back Leonard Fournet And Leesin McCoy.

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Tampa Bay’s wide receiver corps – including pro bowlers Mike Evans And Chris Godwin – Already one of the NFL’s most talented.

Gronkowski (80) and Brown (75) have been number one and third, respectively, in receiving touchdowns since 2010.

The 4-2 Buccaneers are currently leading the NFC South.