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Antonio Brown’s absurd offer Can only Make the Caneers Giggle (UPDATED)

Antonio Brown may believe he can go a whole season without making a single error off the field, but the Buccaneers know otherwise.

Antonio Brown will not play another snap in the National Football League. He may still be an extremely good receiver with an incredible ability to run routes and create plays after the catch, but the baggage is too much for any club, particularly the Buccaneers.

Antonio Brown

A worry like Brown rapidly reaches a threshold of diminishing returns. All the talent in the world will not assist you if you leave a squad mid-game due to a lack of targets.

The Bucs and Brown did receive a ring from their union, but that was the extent of the experiment’s success. Tampa won by chasing AB, despite our knowledge of the outcome, but they cannot attempt this again—even if the offer seemed too good.

Floyd Mayweather made the exceedingly odd promise that he is willing to risk all for AB. The agreement details are straightforward; if Brown stays out of trouble, he and Mayweather will receive $20 million. If Brown makes a mistake, he and Mayweather owe the team the same amount.

Apart from the obvious logistical complications associated with such a contract, which is illegal under league rules, the Bucs are not going to re-sign a player who has openly criticized the franchise.

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Brown has done little to enhance his reputation in recent months, and his lack of athletic progress instills little confidence in his ability to return as a genuine option.

If the Buccaneers truly desire another wide receiver, they would be wise to pursue a draft selection or a free agent alternative rather than an incredible contract designed to generate headlines.

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