Antonio Brown actually made life easier for the Buccaneers

Antonio Brown, Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)
Antonio Brown, Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images) /

Here we are, less than a year after Antonio Brown quit on the Buccaneers during the middle of a game, and we can only be thankful for that moment.

Antonio Brown quitting on the Buccaneers while the team was losing to the Jets was one of the most bizarre story lines of the 2021 season for Tampa.

The shirtless jumping jacks out of the stadium was infuriating and had an immediate impact on the team in the playoffs that needed help at wide receiver, but it looks like Brown actually did the Bucs a favor with his actions.

Had it not come to that, AB could’ve still been a Buccaneer. What teams would be willing to pay a guy like that? It seemed like things were working in Tampa, and if the goal was to win football games, Brown did give that chance.

The apparent future Hall of Fame wide receiver was well on his way to staying with the Buccaneers for another season, but we all know how that ended up going.

Brown has been out of football for a while now, and for the sake of the Buccaneers, that seems like a very good thing.

This recent story paints Brown’s even further fall in perfect light.

It’s gross, weird, and is the type of behavior that could have Brown facing legal charges.

There is no place for behavior like this in society, and a team like the Buccaneers would never be able to put up with something like this.

The wide receiver room in Tampa might feel a little light from time to time, but at least the Buccaneers don’t have to answer for Antonio Brown any longer.

Hopefully he can find some help before he truly ruins his life even further.

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