Per Jenna Laine of ESPN, Antonio Brown has officially signed his contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The contract is reportedly a one-year contract at the slightly above the veteran minimum with incentives attached. These incentives are both on field performance-based and include bonuses for games played and other benchmarks.
Brown was added to the roster as an insurance policy due to injuries to many of the Buccaneers receivers according to Bruce Arians. All of those receivers are back on the field and playing at this point although not at 100% in the case of Mike Evans.
Antonio Brown add to an already stacked receiving corps. Browns first game available to play will be in week nine against the New Orleans Saints. The sense of been a nightmare Match up for Mike Evans even when healthy.