Arians: Buccaneers not interested in signing wide receiver Antonio Brown

According to head coach Bruce Arians, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are not inquiring about wide receiver Antonio Brown.

What It Means:

Despite AB's rumored interest in joining Tom Brady, Tampa Bay's primary decision makers are not interested in signing the veteran receiver. “There’s no room and probably not enough money," said Arians when asked about Brown. "It’s just not going to happen here. It’s not a fit here.”

Expect the Buccaneers to utilize Justin Watson or Scotty Miller as a potential third receiver despite limited experience. On 28 career targets, Watson has recorded 2 touchdowns and an Air Yards conversion percentage of 45.8% (145 of 327 Total Air Yards). On 26 total targets, Miller has produced 13 receptions for 200 yards and one touchdown.