Buccaneers: Antonio Brown comments should make Tom Brady happy

Antonio Brown, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Antonio Brown, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) /

Antonio Brown keeps the Buccaneers dream alive.

While we have gone several weeks without any indications that the Buccaneers had a chance to keep star-wide receiver Antonio Brown, recent comments in an Instagram interview should make Tom Brady very happy.

Brady is on the books for another two seasons and is hungry for more rings. The Buccaneers have transformed under Brady’s leadership, and a large part of his substantial success stems from one of the best wide receiver units in the NFL.

With Chris Godwin and Mike Evans on the roster, the Bucs already have one of the best duos in the NFL, but Antonio Brown takes that group over the top. Even the best secondary in the NFL doesn’t have the personnel to keep up with three WR1s on the field at one time, and the dream is still alive that the Bucs can make this happen again.

Antonio Brown and the Buccaneers could run it back

Most of the football world was unsure of how the Bucs could find a way to keep Brown . There are plenty of teams across the league that could use a player of Brown’s talents, even with his past.

Fortunately for Brady and Tampa Bay, the rest of the league has held off on signing one of the most talented free agents in the league. The Bucs don’t have Brown on their roster yet, but the lack of any significant movement and Brown’s recent comments should indicate that a reunion is imminent.

Brown seems confident in the post that he will be back in Tampa in 2021. One has to imagine that this contract won’t break the bank, but the Bucs will try to build a compensation package that remains competitive without taking on too much risk.

Brady and Brown have plenty of chemistry that makes this deal a no-brainer if team-friendly. Brown has very little leverage, and the idea that he is open to a return should be all the Bucs need to make a deal happen in the next few days.

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Brown isn’t a necessity on the current roster, but his return will do nothing but improve the odds of a second Super Bowl for Tom Brady and company in Tampa.

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