NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero tweeted out the incentive breakdown on Antonio Brown’s one-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Tuesday. The Bucs are essentially renting Brown for the final eight weeks of the season as “an insurance policy,” according to head coach Bruce Arians.
Wide receiver Mike Evans has been hobbled with an ankle injury since Week 3, and Chris Godwin has missed three games combined with a concussion and a hamstring injury, and it was revealed by the Tampa Bay Times’ Rick Stroud on Tuesday that he suffered a fractured left index finger while making a touchdown catch at Las Vegas on Sunday. Godwin will miss the Bucs vs. Giants game on Monday night as a result, but could be ready for action against the Saints the following week.
Brown will make a base salary of $1 million over the last half of the 2020 season as long as he’s on the active roster for each of the remaining games, and his incentives are listed below.
Brown can report to the team’s headquarters for meetings and can work out with the Bucs training staff as he serves his final week of an eight-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy. He is eligible to being practicing with the Bucs on the field on Wednesday, November 4 following Tampa Bay’s game against the New York Giants on Monday Night Football as the team prepares to host the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, November 8.