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Antonio Brown will draw NFL interest after Bucs meltdown, NFL reporter says

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Is it possible to save Antonio Brown’s playing career after he exploded on the field during his win over the Jets at MetLife Stadium on Sunday?

“If Antonio Brown wants to get a job on another team in the NFL, he can get a job. This is not an idea. I know that, ”CBS correspondent Josina Anderson wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.

The reporter did not provide additional details, including specific teams that might be of interest to the former Buccaneers receiver.

On Monday, ESPN The Buccaneers have yet to officially release Brown and have said there are “ongoing discussions” with the NFL about how to get out of the situation.

On Monday, Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians was asked how the Buccaneers were planning to act after the incident.

Antonio Brown was sent off in Sunday’s game against the Jets.

“It simply came to our notice then [general manager Jason Licht] and what he wants to do, ”Arians said.

A day earlier, Arians told reporters that Brown was “no longer Buk” at a post-match press conference – after running a wide shirt at MetLife Stadium at the end of the third quarter.

Brown abruptly stepped out after tearing his shoulders off the 17th week of the game. His teammate and receiver colleague Mike Evans was caught on camera trying to talk to Brown, who had gone through the last zone into the dressing room without a shirt on. He tossed his jacket and gloves into the crowd before leaving the game.

Buccaneers midfielder Tom Brady, along with the Arians, expressed support and concern for Brown and hoped he would get the help he needed.

Brown’s public outcry and legal issues have been highlighted since his time with the Steelers.

Brown won the championship alongside Brady when the Bucs beat the Chifs in Tampa in February.

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