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Tagged: Antonio Brown (153 Results)

Oct
11

Brady has career first at age 44

44-year-old Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY accomplished something for the first time in his storied career in Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins. For the first time in his NFL career,More Brady threw for over 400 yards and 5 touchdowns in the same game. His top target against the Dolphins was 33-year-old youngster ANTONIO BROWN, who caught two of Brady’s touchdowns. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

Sep
23

Bucs place WR Brown on Covid Reserve List

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers placed veteran wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN on the reserve/Covid-19 list on Wednesday, making it likely he will miss Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams. While thereMore is a possibility that Brown can be cleared in time for the game, fantasy owners will need to monitor his progress leading up to the game. Less

Source: Team Website

Andy Richardson: Thursday Night Recap

Now THAT is the way to kick off an NFL season. It was pretty clear from the git-go that defense wasn't going to be a staple of this game. It's a reminder that while the Bucs have an elite fantasy defense and Tampa Bay just won a Super Bowl, this was still a bottom-10 pass defense, that lost a key defensive back early on. There will be offense on both sides in their games. Let's get to it.   more »

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May
27

Bucs officially sign WR Brown

Wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN finally passed his physical earlier this week and officially signed his contract with Tampa Bay. Brown had surgery due to a minor knee injury but his recoveryMore progressed to the point where he could pass his physical and sign the one-year deal to return to the Bucs for another championship run. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

May
20

Antonio Brown undergoes successful knee surgery

Wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN underwent a successful knee surgery earlier this week. The procedure was reportedly a clean-up of Brown’s knee. The veteran wide receiver agreed to a new deal toMore remain with the Bucs in 2021, but the deal can not become official until Brown passes a physical – something that will now be a couple of weeks away. Tampa Bay GM Jason Licht said there were no concerns, adding that it would simply be a matter of time before Brown is under contract. Less

Source: NFL.com

Around the NFL: Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown has re-signed with the Bucs. That keeps intact one of the league’s best trios of wide receivers – and could make crowding an issue with Tampa Bay’s passing game.  more »

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Apr
29

Bucs sign WR Brown to one-year deal

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed veteran wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN to a one-year contract on Wednesday, meaning the Super Bowl champs have now brought back every significant contributor from the 2020More championship roster. While Brown wasn’t the All-Pro receiver in Tampa Bay that he had been in his prime years, he was still a solid contributor and a player that quarterback TOM BRADY very much wanted back. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Apr
22

Antonio Brown settles civil dispute with former trainer

Free agent wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN has resolved a civil dispute with former trainer Britney Taylor, who in a 2019 lawsuit had accused him of sexually assaulting her. A settlement wasMore reached but, per the agreement, no terms can be disclosed. Meanwhile, Tampa Bay GM Jason Licht said on Wednesday that the Buccaneers will continue to discuss a possible return for Brown, who played for Tampa Bay last season. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Factoid: Golden Tate

The Giants released Golden Tate last week, a move that was expected for multiple reasons. Tate ran afoul of the coaching staff last year for complaining on social media (and in-game) about his role, earning a team suspension at one point. He'd likely have been released even if there weren't still questions about what he can offer a team at this stage of his career.   more »

Around the NFL: Antonio Brown

The Bucs are Super Bowl champs, and up next will be keeping the team together. It seems to be a foregone conclusion that free agent wideout Chris Godwin will return. The Bucs say they want him back, and I'm seeing it written that Godwin will of course want to return for another year playing with Tom Brady. But we'll see.   more »

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Around the NFL: Antonio Brown

Things are looking up for Antonio Brown. He’s been sidelined since injuring a knee in a win at New Orleans, but he was a full participant at Tampa Bay’s practice today. Bruce Arians indicates that barring any setbacks, Brown will be a full go on Sunday.  more »

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Feb
2

Bucs WR Brown nearing return

Tampa Bay head coach Bruce Arians said on Monday that veteran wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN is “getting close” as he works to return from a knee injury. With the extra week off leading up to the Super Bowl, Brown’s prospects of playing seem to have improved.

Source: NFL.com

Jan
26

Bucs WR Brown expected to return for Super Bowl

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are optimistic that veteran wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN will be available for the Super Bowl, after missing the NFC Championship Game due to a lingering knee injury.More Regardless of his status for the big game, several reports have indicated that the Bucs are also interested in bringing Brown back for the 2021 season. Stay tuned. Less

Source: CBS Sports

Jan
25

Bucs want WR Brown back for 2021

While the Tampa Bay Buccaneers still have important business to attend to with the upcoming Super Bowl, the team is also looking ahead to next season. The Bucs reportedly want veteranMore wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN, who missed the NFC Championship Game with a knee issue, to return to the team for next season. Brown had a slow start with the Bucs but became a valuable player as fellow wideouts dealt with various injuries. Brown is set to become a free agent on March 17th if the Bucs don’t sign him to a new deal. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jan
22

Bucs WR Brown a game time decision vs. Packers

Tampa Bay veteran wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN did not practice on Thursday and is considered day-to-day with a knee injury leading up to Sunday’s NFC Championship Game against the Green BayMore Packers. Head coach Bruce Arians said after Thursday’s practice session that Brown would be a game time decision for Sunday. Arians added that the veteran wideout would not necessarily need to practice in order to play. Less

Source: NBC Sports

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