Hilarious reactions to Antonio Brown signing with Tom Brady-led Buccaneers
Social media caught on fire when the news broke of Antonio Brown signing a deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After the reports surfaced of Brown joining the Buccaneers, there were some hilarious reactions on Twitter.
Antonio Brown after reading on Twitter he’s getting another locker room to destroy:
— Raider Cody (@RaiderCody) October 23, 2020
Besides the Buccaneers, the Seattle Seahawks were a team that was expressing interest in Antonio Brown.
With Antonio Brown choosing Tampa Bay over Seattle, some people made some humorous posts at the expense of the Seahawks.
Seahawks fans right now pic.twitter.com/K8PqPIRmOs
— President Airbud (@Airbudburner) October 23, 2020
As a Steelers fan, seeing Brady and AB on the same team again is my nightmare pic.twitter.com/jke14GwDfR
— ⚫Thor🟡 (5-0) (@TCL414) October 23, 2020
As of this moment, Antonio Brown is en route to Tampa Bay to undergo COVID-19 testing due to the league’s protocols. If everything goes according to plan, the Buccaneers will officially sign Brown early next week for the rest of the season.
Of course, Antonio Brown hasn’t played in an NFL game since last September with the New England Patriots. Tom Brady wanted the All-Pro wideout in New England a season ago and he’s been pushing the Buccaneers to bring him in since this past offseason.
However, with Antonio Brown serving an eight-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy, he won’t be able to suit up until Week 9. It just so happens that Tampa Bay faces the New Orleans Saints on primetime in Week 9.
Given the injury issues that Tampa Bay has experienced at the wide receiver position, Brown brings more firepower to the offense. When healthy, the Buccaneers could have a wide receiver trio of Brown, Mike Evans, and Chris Godwin.
Seeing that Brown has had trouble staying on the field recently, some people are poking fun at his decision to join Tampa Bay. Yet, if this deal works, we could see Brown playing in the Super Bowl.