Bruce Arians Makes a Strong Statement About Antonio Brown

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Antonio Brown: Bruce Arians Sends a Message

Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown was the subject of a shocking report by Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times earlier this week.

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

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

Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians was asked about Brown possibly getting a fake COVID-19 vaccination card to get around NFL rules on Friday afternoon.

He doesn’t appear to be too bothered by the situation.

Arians told reporters, “None at all.”

“We conducted thorough research.

The league will take care of its own business.

The statement speaks for itself.

It’s not a story, and it has nothing to do with the Giants’ game.”

On Thursday night, the Buccaneers released an official statement regarding the Browns’ situation.

“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 the 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 went over all of the vaccination cards and found no irregularities.”

Brown hasn’t played for the Buccaneers in a while, but his absence has nothing to do with this story about a forged vaccination card.

Since Week 6, he has been dealing with an ankle injury.

Brown’s presence on the field with the rest of his teammates on Monday night will be determined only by time.

Bruce Arians Makes a Strong Statement Regarding Antonio Brown

Bruce Arians Sends Clear Message About Antonio Brown

Bruce Arians Sends Clear Message About Antonio Brown

Bruce Arians Sends Clear Message About Antonio Brown

Bruce Arians Sends Clear Message About Antonio Brown

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