The last time Antonio Brown set foot on the gridiron came in September 2019, when he caught four passes for 56 yards and a touchdown as a member of the New England Patriots. Despite his promising debut, however, the talented wide receiver did not last and was released shortly thereafter following reports about sexual misconduct allegations against him. Which team is willing to take the risk of picking up the talented but troubled pass catcher?
"I'm not going anywhere," Gruden would insist to his Raiders team. "I know what you're hearing about Notre Dame. I like it here.
Article content Antonio Brown is ready to reconnect with Tom Brady, and the out-of-work wide receiver is an intended target of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. According to the Houston Chronicle, Brown scheduled a visit with the Buccaneers for Saturday and “both sides are motivated to complete a deal. ESPN reported Brown is still in discussions with the Seattle Seahawks.