Troubled and talented receiver Antonio Brown has landed back in the NFL.
- Quoting unidentified sources, ESPN reports Brown reached an agreement with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Friday that will see him sign a one-year deal with the team. After details of the contract are hammered out and Brown passes NFL COVID-19 protocols, he’s expected to make his debut in a Bucs uniform November 8th against the New Orleans Saints, per ESPN.
- The deal reunites Brown with his former Patriots teammate Tom Brady. It also reunites him with his ex-Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who earlier this year called the 32-year-old a “diva” and said he wasn’t “a good fit” with the Buccaneers.
With 25+ years in the radio industry, Detroit native, Walter Neal aka "Tune-Up Man" has worked in radio sales, production, engineering and programming. He enjoys all things sports and is currently on-air weekends in Detroit.