After the latest Antonio Brown news, the Buccaneers issued a statement.

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The Buccaneers have issued a statement in response to the latest Antonio Brown news.

According to Brown’s former live-in chef, the All-Pro wideout obtained a fake COVID-19 vaccination card to avoid NFL protocols.

Brown’s former chef, Steven Ruiz, claimed that Brown’s girlfriend requested forged vaccination cards.

Brown was allegedly willing to pay (dollar)500 if he could get a Johnson and Johnson vaccination card, according to her.

The Buccaneers issued a statement on the situation shortly after this report from Stroud was made public.

“We received completed vaccination cards from all Tampa Bay Buccaneers players and submitted the required information to the NFL through the established process in accordance with league policy following an extensive educational process conducted throughout our organization this past offseason highlighting the benefits of the COVID-19 vaccines,” the team said.

“Buccaneers personnel reviewed all vaccination cards and found no anomalies.”

The Buccaneers’ statement matches what Brown’s agent said about the latest allegations.

Sean Burstyn, Brown’s lawyer, claims that the Buccaneers wide receiver has been vaccinated.

“Be like Antonio Brown and get the vaccine,” he told NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Brown could face severe consequences if it is discovered that he lied about his vaccination status.

For the time being, the Buccaneers appear to be confident that Brown’s vaccination card was genuine.

After the latest Antonio Brown news, the Buccaneers issued a statement.

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Buccaneers Release Statement After Latest Antonio Brown News

Buccaneers Release Statement After Latest Antonio Brown News

Buccaneers Release Statement After Latest Antonio Brown News

Buccaneers Release Statement After Latest Antonio Brown News

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