Brown has made it abundantly clear he’d prefer to reup with the Bucs and continue playing with close friend Tom Brady. According to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, the two sides have spoken, but are “not close” on financial compensation.
Bleacher Report analyst Maurice Moton has released an article projecting where the top remaining free agents will sign, and he doesn’t foresee Brown staying in Tampa. Rather, he thinks a return to the NFC North is likely.
“Going on 33 years old, Brown may look for the biggest payday available rather than re-sign with the Super Bowl champions,” Moton theorizes. “Brown could play a bigger role in the Baltimore Ravens’ passing attack opposite his cousin Marquise Brown on the perimeter.”
In eight games for the Bucs last season, Brown caught 45 passes for 483 yards and four touchdowns. He added eight catches for 81 yards and two scores in three playoff games.
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