Despite interest from the Seattle Seahawks, former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is not headed for VMAC. Instead, he is headed to Florida.
ESPN reports that Brown has agreed to an agreement with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which Bruce Arion thought earlier this year was significantly richer. I think Mike Evans and Chris Godwin were hurt, coupled with the fact that Brady Maybe There is a slight stretch in that organization, there was a change of heart.
Assuming that he approves the COVID protocol and that he actually signs the contract, Brown will make his debut in Sunday Night Football in Week 9 against the New Orleans Saints. Tampa Bay clearly appears to be in “Super Bowl or Bust” mode and is just the latest big name he has added to his team, but he is the most nervous for reasons far and away from the field.
I’ve been very quiet on this site about signing AB, but let’s just say I’m relieved (for now). Joe Fenn outlined his reasons and I share his views to a large extent. I recommend you read it.
Anyway, Josh Gordon free.