The Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense is already loaded, but one former NFL general manager believes that they could be trying to make one more splashy move, signing Antonio Brown.
Bucs coach Bruce Arians said earlier this offseason that the team wouldn’t be bringing in Brown, but former NFL general manager Mike Lombardi believes those feelings have changed.
Appearing on the Pat McAfee Show, Lombardi said he wouldn’t be surprised if they make one more splashy move.
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“I wouldn’t be surprised if Tampa makes another move,” former Patriots executive Mike Lombardi said on Monday’s Pat McAfee Show. “I wouldn’t be surprised now that New England got Cam (Newton), I wouldn’t be surprised if Tampa made another move.”