Antonio Brown (knee) looking healthier than ever at Bucs training camp
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown has fully recovered from the knee scope procedure he had done in the offseason, and "is the healthiest he’s been in a few years," according to head coach Bruce Arians.
Remarkably, Arians went on to say that the procedure was the first surgery of the 33-year-old's career. Arians praised the veteran's dedication to taking care of his body, adding that Brown is playing at a much faster speed already this year when compared to the games he spent with the team last season.
Brown played third fiddle to teammates Mike Evans and Chris Godwin in 2020, but could see an increased role in his first full season with the team. Our models currently project him to finish as the WR45 in 2021, with 73.1 catches, 783.6 yards, and 6.8 touchdowns for 118.6 fantasy points.
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