Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Three reasons not to re-sign Antonio Brown
Tom Brady snapping necks and adjusting checks.
Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback to ever play. There are some that refer to him as “the GOAT”, perhaps you’ve heard that one. The reason is he’s proven he’s the best by winning with a plethora of talent levels around him.
Frankly, this Buccaneers team is the most talented team he’s ever had, at the very least won a Super Bowl with. Bringing AB back would just be an embarrassment of riches at this point since all the Buccaneers really need is a healthy Brady to have a puncher’s chance at the end of the day.
The thing is, part of the reason Brady is so great is how he constantly restructures his contracts to benefit the team and bring back pieces. That doesn’t mean the Buccaneers have money to blow through.
The Bucs were balling on a budget this offseason, and the restructured deals essentially “kicked the can down the road” in the sense of future salary implications. The team recently signed Giovani Bernard using up even more of the limited remaining cap. If AB is to return to Tampa, it’ll have to be at a discount, but with the Draft looming, the Bucs may stay put for the time being. Speaking of the draft…