Could Antonio Brown be joining Tom Brady in Tampa Bay?
Many around the league feel as if the two could be reunited in red and silver on the Buccaneers next season, with the six-time Super Bowl champ taking his talents to Central Florida on Tuesday.
Antonio Brown, former teammate of Brady in New England for a single game has been adamant about getting back into the league as of late and has made it clear he enjoyed his short time with Brady and wants to play with him again. The Bucs could be that chance.
More on @TomBrady to @Buccaneers: I’m told @Chargers made a late and legitimate “charge” but TB12 felt TB offered a better chance to win. And don’t be surprised if Antonio Brown is involved eventually.
— Dale Arnold (@DaleEArnold) March 17, 2020
Theoretically, the Bucs could offer a non-guaranteed contract to Brown, with the contingency that if he slips up just once, he’s done, making for a low risk/high reward situation.
Brown has been out of the league since last year when he was cut by the Raiders and Patriots following a slew of behavioral and legal troubles which followed once he was without a team.
Brown would have to serve a suspension if he is reinstated by the league.