Tampa Bay Buccaneers continues working to become champion again, and does so with the idea of keeping his props, to the extent that has been able to retain the 22 starters who won the last Super Bowl. In fact, it is about the first franchise that achieves it since the salary limit exists, the great stumbling block for this to happen on past occasions. It is not just any nuance the ‘Brady effect’, which was so many times a claim for other NFL stars and which now holds the champions together.
The last to confirm its continuity has been the wide receiver Antonio Brown, who agreed to a one-year contract with the Tampa team. The deal can reach 6.25 million dollars with 3.1 guaranteed. All of this means that the Buccaneers
Brown joined the Bucs in late October of last season. His arrival in Tampa Bay came after a year in 2019 in which he switched from the Steelers to the Raiders during the offseason, only to force his exit from Las Vegas and eventually sign with the Patriots. Her connection to Tom Brady lasted one game, due to off-field problems, which forced owner Robert Kraft to dispense with him.
With the Bucs, however, Brown enjoyed one of the calmest periods of his career and helped the franchise on its way to winning Super Bowl LV against the Kansas City Chiefs. The ‘Brady effect’ led him to the Patriots, then to the Buccanneers, and now he will continue with the latter one more course. The wide receiver caught 45 of 62 passes for 483 yards and 4 touchdowns in his eight regular-season games with Tampa. In the playoffs, he added eight receptions for 81 yards and 2 touchdowns.
In addition, Tampa has managed to keep all its coordinates. The Bucs will attempt to become the first team since the 2003-2004 Patriots to win consecutive Super Bowl titles.