Tom Brady, Antonio Brown Planning To Team Up In 2020
Are Tom Brady and Antonio Brown planning to team up in 2020?
It is no secret that Brady and Brown got along extremely well during the latter’s brief stint with the New England Patriots in 2019.
Almost upon arrival, Brady welcomed Brown with open arms both on and off the field.
The good vibes were reciprocated, with Brady often being the only person Brown regarded positively from the entire NFL.
Now, with Brady set to become a free agent this offseason, many are wondering whether the two will team up wherever Brady ends up in 2020.
“Want to play more than ever 2020 wherever @tombrady go #BeEncouraged,” Brown wrote on social media on Wednesday.
Brown started 2019 off as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
From there he was traded to the Oakland Raiders, who cut him before he ever played a single game for the organization.
He briefly signed with the Patriots, but was ultimately released following the emergence of sexual assault allegations against him.
Brown has not played in an NFL game since September of 2019.
It remains to be seen if Brown will be allowed to return to the NFL next year. But if he does, look for him to try to land alongside Brady wherever he ends up going.
Brady, up to this point, has been linked to the Los Angeles Chargers, Raiders, Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans and Miami Dolphins.
Where will this pair ultimately end up? We should find out at some point in the next few months.