Video of Antonio Brown leaving the field after taking off his jersey and shirt and throw it into the stands.
Antonio Brown has a meltdown at the hand of the #Jets and #BraxtonBerrios. AntonioBrowns days as @Buccaneers could be over after walking off the field in East Rutherford against the Jets. Stay tuned.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may not know exactly how their wide receiver group will be shaped until the 17th game day.
Before Sunday’s away game against the New York Jets, the Buccaneers’ final injury report listed four problematic players, three of which were outside players: Antonio Brown, Mike Evans, and Justin Waugh. Sen. Evans joined the roster later this week because he was just activated from the reserve/COVID-19 roster on Friday. Due to a hamstring injury, he missed last week’s victory in Carolina, but was able to participate in limited practice to end Week 17.
Brown returned after missing eight games last weekend and completed a team-high 10 passes in the game against the Panthers, even though he was restricted by an ankle injury throughout the week of training. An ankle injury prevented him from participating in five games. This week, Brown was restricted during the Pirates exercise on Wednesday, and then fully insisted on Thursday and Friday.
Watson, who made his debut on a special team last week in 2021, was added to the report on Friday after an obvious quadriceps injury in training.
The Pirates also ruled out their two starting outside linebackers Shaquille Barrett (knee) and Jason Pierre-Paul (shoulder), and replaced cornerback Richard Sherman (Achilles) ) Is classified as a suspicious player. Tight end Rob Gronkowski and defensive winger Ndamukong Suh were given a day off on Friday, but there were no injuries in the report.
The Jets had only one player designated in this week’s final injury report because wide receiver Jamison Crowder did not participate in training all week and was considered doubtful about the game due to a calf injury.