By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Brown has agreed to a one-year deal. Financial terms were not disclosed.
He will now have to go through COVID 19 protocols. His debut with the Buccaneers should be in Week 9 against the New Orleans Saints at Raymond James Stadium in Tamp, Florida.
The talented receiver joins the Buccaneers and spurred interest from the Seattle Seahawks. Tom Brady was reportedly the driving force behind the move.
He is the latest to join the Buccaneers offense. Now, the only question will be, can they all get along?
The Buccaneers wide receivers include Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. Those two are considered two of the best in the league.
Now, Brown joins the team likely as the fourth receiver. Scotty Miller — who has been listed as the third receiver — has been the second-leading receiver of Brady thus far.
Evans leads the team with 281 receiving yards. Miller is next with 256 yards.
Besides those receivers, Brady’s weapons also include Ronald Jones II, Leonard Fournette, and LeSean McCoy in the backfield. The team’s tight ends include Rob Gronkowski, Cameron Brate, and Tanner Hudson.
Brown previously played with Brady for one game during the 2019 season with the New England Patriots. Before joining the Patriots, he was a headache with the Oakland Raiders — now the Las Vegas Raiders.
He began his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers. When Brown was in his prime, he was one of the best receivers in the league.
The Steelers traded Brown to the Raiders. However, he never played a game with the Raiders franchise.
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