Antonio Brown is signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the Bucs, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter, reuniting with Tom Brady after Brown played one game with the New England Patriots in 2019.
Brown was released by the Patriots last September amid off-field allegations. In July, the NFL announced it had suspended Brown for eight games without pay because of multiple violations of the NFL's personal conduct policy. The league also said that any further violations probably would result in harsher discipline. Brown, 32, will be eligible to come off the suspension after Week 8, which means his first game for Tampa could be against the New Orleans Saints in Week 9 on Nov. 8.
Brady had been pushing for the Bucs to sign Brown since the summer, according to Schefter, and Brown also had interest from the Seattle Seahawks.
What could we expect from Brown this season? And where do the Bucs rank in the NFC? Our panel of NFL experts weighs in on what's next: