Antonio Brown is officially back with the Buccaneers.
Brown has been a roller coaster to follow over the course of the past few weeks based on a minor surgery and the need to pass a physical, but all of that is in the past now as Brown officially rejoins the defending champs.
The Bucs never had a dire need to bring Brown back, but his presence on the roster is undoubtedly a welcomed sight. Tampa will maintain the best receiver corps in the entire NFL, and Brown makes a highly compelling case as the best WR3 in the league right now.
This signing also provides solid insight into how the receiver room will look going into the 2021 season. Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and Brown will be the featured receivers, while Scotty Miller, Tyler Johnson, and Jaelon Darden will provide the majority of the depth.
Together with Brown, this group has the talent to be the best in NFL history. Brown, Evans, and Godwin are All-Pro talent players during any given season, and the additional time to get to know Tom Brady will only help on this front.
Tom Brady will now keep the same group that he helped lead to his seventh Super Bowl ring and one of his closest friends in Brown. The Bucs didn’t have to break the bank or mortgage the future, yet they are in an even better spot than they were in last season.
With the Brady and Brown connection remaining for one more season at least, the Buccaneers are still in a great position to make a splash in this highly-anticipated season.
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