The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ potent offense is about to get even more dangerous.
According to reports, the team has reached an agreement with recently- suspended wide receiver Antonio Brown, who will be joining the team soon.
The Bucs offense, led by NFL legend and six-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady, already has a number of big-name weapons, including wide receivers Mike Evans and Chris Goodwin, tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Cameron Brate, and running back Leonard Fournette.
However, the wide receiving corps has been battling through injuries, so it makes sense to bring in Brown on a team-friendly one-year deal.
Brown was suspended last year for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy and has had some off-the-field issues recently. However, when he is on the field and focused, Brown is an All-Pro and one of the toughest matchups in the NFL.
Tampa Bay also has one of the best defenses in the league. It’s clear that coach Bruce Arians wants to do everything within his power to give Brady, who is 43 years old, a chance to win another Super Bowl before he retires.
Tampa Bay crushed the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday 45-20, with Brady throwing for 369 yards and four touchdowns and running in another touchdown himself.