Antonio Brown makes it clear he wants to play for Buccaneers with Tom Brady

Antonio Brown has been one of the most talked about names in professional sports over the last year. Following his brutal year in 2019, it appears that he is still hoping to get back into the NFL and has an idea of where he wants to make his return. When asked, Brown made it very clear that he would like to play with Tom Brady for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Ryan Hannable of WEEI shared the quote from Brown, which goes right along with previous reports about his interest in playing with Brady.

Needless to say, if Brown could stay out of trouble and drama, this move would make the Buccaneers an impossible offense to stop. Tampa Bay would have Mike Evans, Brown, and Chris Godwin for Brady to throw to. That would be one of the best wide receiver groups the NFL has ever seen.

Brown played in just one game last season with Brady, catching four passes for 56 yards and a touchdown.

Brady left the Patriots for the Buccaneers in a move that left the NFL in shock. It has changed the landscape of the NFL and many players are showing interest in signing with Tampa Bay to play alongside Brady.

Bruce Arians doesn’t seem too enthused by the idea of signing Brown. However, if Brady really wants that move to happen, it seems likely that the Buccaneers will look into it.

Expect to hear more news about Antonio Brown in the coming weeks. He may have a very difficult time convincing the Buccaneers to sign him, but it is possible. When Tom Brady is on your side, anything is possible.

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