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Antonio Brown made such a great first impression at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this year that the franchise is poised to re-engage with the former All-Pro recipient, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Buccaneers want Brown for Bringing back the 2021 season – this is the final year of Tom Brady’s contract with Tampa Bay

Brown, who is out with a knee injury in Sunday’s NFC Championship game against the Green Bay Packers, had 27 catches for 264 yards and five touchdowns in five games before worsening his knee injury in last week’s win over New Orleans Saints Brown received an eight-game suspension before playing his first game with Tampa Bay In eight games (four starts) with the team, 45 catches were recorded for 483 yards and four touchdowns

The buccaneers have needed Brown this year due to injuries with starting recipients Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, which shows his worth for the offense, with Godwin being free to choose this off-season, 32-year-old Brown could be in 2021 to a bigger role than No. Be prepared 1 2 wide receivers or the primary option in the slot for Tampa Bay

“I don’t think there is any doubt that he’s back to his normal pace playing games,” Buccaneer’s head coach Bruce Arians told reporters earlier this month about Brown’s improved game, “He’s another threat to us.” p>

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