Arians was impressed with Brown’s first workout since signing with Tampa Bay. Brown is eligible to play in Week 9 after his personal conduct suspension expires.
Following his team’s risky decision to sign wide receiver Antonio Brown, Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians said Brown “looked fantastic” in his first workout with Tampa Bay, per ESPN’s Jenna Laine.
“He looks fantastic. I think we had really good conversations today, he and I,” Arians said Wednesday. “He was in the meetings and everything. And he’s working with Anthony Piroli and the strength staff. He looks in great shape. Yeah, ready to go next week.”
Brown’s eight-game suspension for violating the league’s personal conduct policy ends after this week, making him eligible to play in the Bucs’ home game on Nov. 8 against the Saints.
Arians’s decision to sign Brown raised some eyebrows around the league after the coach had previously said such a pairing would not
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