By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are not one of the teams interested in free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown, according to ESPN’s Diana Russini. This goes with what the Buccaneers previously said.
Head coach Bruce Arians said in March that there was no room to sign Brown. He also said that is ‘not enough money’ to bring the former Pro Bowl receiver on board.
The 31-year-old will likely face some type of discipline from the NFL. He missed nearly the entire 2019 season after playing in just one game with the New England Patriots.
Brown was released by the Patriots after a woman made allegations against him. Since then, he has been working out in an attempt to sign with a team once again.
During the one game that Brown played with the Patriots, he was teammates with Tom Brady, who signed a free agent contract with the Buccaneers.
With the Buccaneers officially no longer in the picture, the Baltimore Ravens, the Seattle Seahawks, and the Washington Redskins are the front-runners to sign him. If he does sign with a team, he’ll likely be suspended one or more games of the upcoming 2020 season.
His return seems likely after he got a slap on the wrist after being arrested for an incident with a moving company. Instead of serving time, he was given probation in the battery case. In addition, he has to attend 13-weeks of anger management and receive a mandatory psych evaluation.
Brown has been recently spotted working out with Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.
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