Revealed: Antonio Brown’s contract with Tom Brady’s Buccaneers


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Antonio Brown

And it is a fact, Antonio Brown He will return to the NFL and will do so dressed in the colors of the Buccaneers beside Tom brady. The player-franchise agreement is expected to be made official tomorrow, but this Sunday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter revealed part of the receiver’s contract with the Tampa Bay franchise, where he could earn up to $ 2.5 million this season.

The agreement between the former Pittsburgh catcher and the Buccaneers It includes a million dollars in base salary and bonuses per staff, detailed Schefter through his social networks. Further, Antonio Brown he can win another 750,000 if Tampa Bay wins the Super Bowl. On the other hand, he will have the opportunity of three incentives more than 250 thousand for receptions, yards and touchdowns.

When could it debut?

Since Friday it was reported that Antonio Brown had reached an arrangement with the Buccaneers for military in their ranks for one year. However, it remains for the player to approve the protocols for COVID-19 before reporting to the orders of coach Bruce Arians. His debut could come in Week 9 of the game against the New Orleans Saints, after completing the eight-game suspension he received for violations of the NFL’s conduct policy.

Will be reunited with Tom Brady

After his stint with the Steelers, Antonio came to the Patriots last year. However, he only played one game and was cut off for his behavior. This campaign he will meet again with Tom Brady, who since the summer asked for his hiring. In addition, he will be a great addition to some injury-stricken Buccaneers, as Mike Evans has had an ankle injured since Week 4. And Chris Godwin just came out of a hamstring problem.

Antonio Brown’s numbers

Antonio Brown was chosen in the 2010 draft by the Steelers, where he played until 2018. With the Pittsburgh team he played 130 games where he accumulated 837 receptions for 11,207 yards. In addition to 74 touchdowns. Last year he had a short-lived step for New England, as he only played one game with the ‘Pats’ where he recorded four receptions, 56 yards and a TD. Therefore, the controversial receiver will want to resume his best level with the Buccaneers.


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