Free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown has an idea of where he'd like to play next.
"Preferably with Tom," Brown said when asked about his top three preferred destinations.
Former Brown trainer Britney Taylor filed a federal lawsuit in the Southern District of Florida in Sept. 2019 against him. She said the 10-year veteran sexually assaulted her on three separate occasions, including one instance of rape, per Ben Shpigel of the New York Times.
It's unclear if or when Brown will return to the league post-investigation and whether a team will sign him. If Brown does end up in Tampa Bay, however, the Bucs will sport an excellent trio of wideouts in Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Brown, all of whom are among the best in the game.
That should give head coach Bruce Arians (Brown's offensive coordinator with Pittsburgh from 2010 to 2011) and offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich more than enough talent to work with as the Bucs look to make the playoffs for the first time since 2007.
As is, Brown looks forward to the potential opportunity of playing under Arians as well, calling him a "great coach" and a "great offensive genius."