After having a hectic 2019 involving a lot of off-the-field issues, drama, and being apart of three different teams (Pittsburgh, New England, and Las Vegas), Antonio Brown is about to get another chance in the NFL.

On Friday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed Brown to a deal that will last the rest of the season. With Brown now in Tampa Bay, it reunites him with Tom Brady who was his quarterback in New England last season. Brown will be eligible to play in week 9 after serving his suspension for multiple violations of the league’s personal-conduct policy. Antonio Brown will have to go through the COVID protocols before playing.

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In 131 NFL Regular Season Games, Antonio Brown has 841 receptions, 11,263 receiving yards, and 75 touchdowns. In the playoffs, Brown has 51 receptions,837 receiving yards and 4 touchdowns in 10 games. With Brown now in Tampa Bay, he is another offensive weapon for Tom Brady alongside Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and Rob Gronkowski.

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