Antonio Brown will be getting his latest second chance in Tampa.
Per multiple reports, the Buccaneers officially have signed Brown to a one-year deal.
He’ll be eligible to practice and play after Tampa Bay’s Week Eight game at the Giants. Which means he’ll make his debut on Sunday, November 8 against the Saints on Sunday Night Football.
It was against the Saints in December 2018 that the football-following world last saw Brown perform at a high level. In a game at the Superdome, Brown caught 14 passes for 185 yards and two touchdowns. A late fumble from receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster helped cost Pittsburgh the win, which in turn killed their playoff hopes.
Two days later, the Steelers named Smith-Schuster the team MVP, Brown reportedly got upset about it and stormed out of practice, and the rest is history. History that quite possibly will repeat itself.
Antonio Brown officially signs with the Buccaneers originally appeared on Pro Football Talk