The Dallas Cowboys join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as playoff entrants this month, but the Bucks will be without broad receiver Antonio Brown.
And Darrell Owens, the controversial former Cowboys star, even at the age of 48, tells the Fubo Sports Network that he is ready for the call.
“If you think about where they are in the season, I don’t need them in the 16-game season,” TO said. “Maximum three to four games. So, yes, I feel like I can go in, I can contribute and produce at a higher level. “
This will definitely not happen … even after it happens. (Oh, Owens says his personal problems were insulted by any “disrespectful” view of Brown.)
In the middle of the third quarter at the New York Jets, Brown appeared to disagree that something was going wrong and left the field.
Brown took off his uniform and straps before leaving the shirt and threw his underwear on the stand at Medlife Stadium as he entered the locker room.
Update: After the game, Tampa won 28-24, with coach Bruce Arians Brown saying “no more a buck”.
QB Tom Brady, the group’s leader who advocated joining the troubled Brown Bucks, said: “This is obviously a difficult situation. We all want what he needs … we need to help him in the ways he needs. We’d love to see that exist.Unfortunately it won’t be on our team.
“We have many friendships that will last … I think everyone should be very compassionate and sympathetic to some of the hard things that happen.”
His teammate Mike Evans seems to have tried to calm Brown down, but frustrated Brown kicked him out of the game early.
For Brown, who has a history of behavioral struggles, QB joined Bucks on Tom Brady’s certificate, which adds to his list of dramatic moments for the season. He suffered a terrible injury against the Philadelphia Eagles in October. Then in early December, Brown was suspended by the NFL for forging a vaccine card and turning it into league officials.
Returning from suspension last week, he caught 10 passes for 101 yards, 32-6 against the Panthers. Today, he took only three catches for 26 yards in five innings.
After Chris Godwin tore his ACL, it was expected that Brown would have a greater role in the Bucks offense, but the incident ended his season and jeopardized his future.