Bruce Arians on Antonio Brown: He is no longer a Buc

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  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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  • Bruce Arians
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All it took was the official word from Bruce Arians after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers rallied to defeat the New York Jets on Sunday at MetLife. Following Antonio Brown’s bizarre meltdown and exit from the field, he is finished with the Super Bowl champions.

Brown took off his pads and ran off the field shirtless in the third quarter while play was ongoing.

Coach Arians put the issue to rest with a stern statement.

Rob Gronkowski was interviewed after the game by FOX and said he had no idea what had happened. A dead-serious Gronk showing total professionalism and maturity.

Brown had three catches for 26 yards on five targets before his bizarre exit.

Tom Brady had vouched for the turbulent wide receiver when Tampa Bay signed him last season. The GOAT had Brown live with his family.

This season, Brown was one of the Buccaneers’ players suspended by the NFL for three games for falsifying his vaccination card.

Now, he is done, once again, having badly acted his way out of Pittsburgh, Oakland, New England, and now, Tampa Bay.

Peter Schrager of FOX Sports reported Brown would not be flying back to Tampa with the team.