Here are Antonio Brown’s reported contract details with the Buccaneers

Tanya Simon
October 25, 2020

Brown is serving an eight-game suspension for multiple violations of the NFL's personal conduct policy.

© Lynne Sladky, AP Antonio Brown hasn't played since Week 2 of last season. Brady took Brown under his wing during Brown's brief tenure in New England last season - on and off the field. The longtime Pittsburgh Steeler hasn't played in the National Football League in over a year, and it seemed as if no team wanted to stir up their locker room by adding Brown to the roster. The duo connected for four completions and a touchdown in their only game together. On Friday, his wish came true. Tampa Bay coach Bruce Arians had even said Brown wasn't a fit for the Buccaneers.

While contract language still has to be finalized and Brown has to pass COVID-19 protocols before he can join the team, Brown is likely to make his Bucs debut in Week 9 against the New Orleans Saints on November 8. But with the suspension about to end, the Buccaneers stepped up to land Brown. The remaining $1 million is in base salary and roster bonuses, according to Schefter. "Bonuses: - $750K for a Super Bowl win - $250K for receptions - $250K for yards - $250K for TDs".

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Tampa Bay has yet to officially announce the signing.

The Bucs have been banged up at the wide receiver position. Since then, Brady has pushed for Brown to join him in Tampa since the day he signed his deal with the Buccaneers in March. Brown immediately makes the Bucs one of, if not the best, offenses in the entire NFL. The Buccaneers now have the sixth-best odds to win the Super Bowl this year at 12/1.

But for now, it looks like Brady and Brown will be playing together once again.

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