Bruce Arians, Buccaneers undecided whether Antonio Brown will stay with team after suspension

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Bruce Arians and Sugarcane seller no decision on whether or not Antonio Brown will stay with the team after his suspension. Brown has a week left on NFL Sanctioned, three games suspended for violating the league’s COVID policy. He is eligible to return to play in the Buccaneers Week 16 game against Carolina Panthers.

“When we know, we’ll let everyone know,” Arians said of Brown’s future status with the team.

The Tampa Bay Times reported last month that Brown’s former live chef alleges that Brown obtained a fake COVID-19 vaccination card. Through his attorney, Brown denied those allegations while insisting he was indeed vaccinated. The Buccaneers reported that they found no abnormalities in Brown’s vaccination card.

The Arians and Buccaneers have signed Brown for six games into the 2020 season. The former All-Pro player played eight games in the regular season after serving an eight-game suspension for violating the personal conduct policy. of the tournament. Brown caught 45 483-yard passes and four touchdowns last season while helping Tampa Bay win a berth for the bad guys. He’s caught eight passes during the Buccaneers’ 2020 season including a touchdown in Tampa Bay’s 31-19 win over Chief of Kansas City in Super Bowl LV. The 33-year-old has 29 tackles for 418 yards and four touchdowns in five games this season. Prior to his suspension, Brown had missed the previous five games of the Buccaneers because of an ankle injury.

Despite Brown’s absence, Tampa Bay’s offense comes into this Sunday’s game against Saints is the NFL’s top-rated scoring unit. brave cat is enjoying an MVP-caliber season, with 4,134 yards and 36 touchdowns across 13 games. Tampa Bay (10-3) is currently in the midst of a five-team race for NFC’s only playoff ticket. Buccaneers are currently 2nd in the following NFC rankings Packers, who the Buccaneers beat in last year’s NFC Championship Game. Bruce Arians, Buccaneers undecided whether Antonio Brown will stay with team after suspension

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