The past two years have been a whirlwind ride for Antonio Brown as he looks to return to the NFL among a familiar face. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Brown has reached an agreement on a one-year incentive-based deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Ending his lengthy hiatus from the game, being just over a year since he appeared in his first and only game with the New England Patriots.
Brown endured the negativity stemming from his radically outspoken use of social media, plus the sexual assault and rape allegations brought to light.
However, moving forward, it seems the drama is in the rear-view mirror for good. Brown is looking to get back to his dominating ways on the field.
Joining Tampa Bay in his likely debut againstthe New Orleans Saints on November 8, Brown will be looking to continue hisdominance with legendary quarterback Tom Brady in his corner once again.
Brady has been consistently thrown his supportbehind Brown in the past year.
One thing’s for sure. Tom Brady and Tampa Bayget another weapon for its elite offense.