Bruce Arians On Antonio Brown’s Future With The Tampa Bay Buccaneers: “Nothing’s Been Decided”

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To say that Antonio Brown has had his fair share of off the field issues would be the understatement of the year.

And after the recent fake vaccination card incident, it looks like there’s a very good possibility his time as a wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could be done.

According to TMZ, Tampa Bay head coach Bruce Arians announced that Brown’s future with the team is up in air after the NFL discovered that he provided them with a fake vaccination card.

He mentioned that he was “pissed off” about the whole situation, and added:

“Nothing’s been decided. The league did their due diligence and we move on.

I will not address those guys for the next three weeks. They’ll just be working out and then we’ll address their future at that time. Other than that, there’s really nothing to say.”

Brown, along with teammate Mike Edwards, has all been suspended three games after the discovery.

This discovery came about after Brown’s former chef claimed that Brown had sought out a fake vaccination card, got one, and submitted it back in July. Brown’s attorney Sean Burstyn continues to deny these claims, saying that his client is correctly vaccinated.

I guess we’ll see how it plays out, but back in 2020, Arians told Peter King that of screwed up one more time, he’d be gone.

This seems like a screwup, eh?

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