Antonio Brown is back in the fold.
The Buccaneers and Brown agreed to new contract early earlier today. Brown’s agent revealed to NFL Network that it’s a one-year deal $3.1 million guaranteed and the chance to make up to $6.25 million.
Tampa Bay has now brought back each and every huge donor from its 2020 Super Bowl-winning roster.
Albeit Brown wasn’t the All-Pro receiver in Tampa Bay that he had been in his prime years in Pittsburgh, he was as yet a solid contributor and a player Tom Brady especially needed back, and down the stretch Brown scored six scores in his last six games.
In this period of free agency and the salary cap, it’s uncommon for a Super Bowl-winning group to bring back its whole list.
The Buccaneers accept they have a program that can present to everything back, right back to Super Bowl LVI.
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