The Tampa Bay Buccaneers continued their impressive run of re-signing their Super Bowl Roster this week when they brought back wide receiver Antonio Brown on a team-friendly and incentive-laden deal.
While his base is only $1.1 million, Brown has the ability to earn much more than that in 2021. Winning another Super Bowl will net him almost double his entire base salary. He can also earn roughly another $2 million if he hits 70 receptions, 800 yards and 7 touchdowns, all milestones he has cleared multiple times in his career, albeit as his team's No. 1 wideout.
Of course, this also makes the contract incredibly team-friendly. If Brown doesn't make much of an impact, the deal will be pretty cheap for the Bucs. If he does have a big season and hit those marks, then there'd be no doubt that he deserved the money coming his way.
Bringing in Brown reunites a skill position group most consider to be the best in the NFL. As we look ahead to the 2021 season, the Bucs currently have the second-best odds (+650) to hoist the Lombardi Trophy, according to FanDuel Sportsbook's latest NFL odds.
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