Buccaneers have history on their side with Antonio Brown

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Bruce Arians, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports /

Antonio Brown broke his silence on the Buccaneers last night, but Tampa doesn’t have much to stress with both histories in mind.

Antonio Brown and the Buccaneers are going to be a story long after this season ends. Between the way Brown quit to the way that many predicted this as the final outcome over a year ago, there is always going to be plenty to discuss on this topic.

Brown was able to follow up the initial statement by the Buccaneers with one of his own last night. While AB is still obviously in the wrong, there are some points that could cause other teams to think that they can “fix” Brown.

Check his statement out here for yourself if you haven’t seen it yet, and a quick search on Twitter will also show some of the messages that Brown is releasing. Whether or not you agree with them, it is important to see all of the information before going after any player.

Regardless of what Brown posts, the biggest detractor from another team picking him up, which is apparently one of his goals, is his history.

Brown has shown a pattern of going after every team he has been on at the professional level, and the Bucs are just the most recent in this string. Even if the public finds the Bucs at fault for any part of this, which should be impossible, Brown has a habit of causing problems everywhere he goes.

Tampa thought they could make Brown work. In many ways, they did with a Super Bowl ring. But an event like this was always going to come, no matter how successful the group was going to be.

Finally, going after a coach like Bruce Arians is probably the last thing Brown wants to do. Arians has a history of showing leniency to his players on this front, and him bringing Brown back from the suspension to cut him when he can’t play due to injury doesn’t line up at all.

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