Former Buccaneers extensive receiver Antonio Brown will have surgery on his ankle on Jan. 18, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
The Buccaneers launched Brown on Thursday, days after the extensive receiver abruptly left the sphere through the group’s contest vs. the Jets.
On Wednesday evening, Brown, through his legal professional Sean Burstyn, accused the group of executing an “ongoing cover-up” of the truth that he was successfully minimize through the sport. In it, Burstyn and Brown alleged that the group ignored what was a “well-known ankle damage” prior to Brown leaving the sphere shirtless mid-game.
Arians had mentioned Brown made no point out of an ankle damage earlier than leaving the sphere, a declare that Brown mentioned Wednesday was “100% inaccurate.”
The group mentioned in a press release Thursday that whereas Brown did obtain remedy main up to Sunday, he was cleared by the group’s medical employees and “at no level through the sport did he point out he couldn’t play.”
“We have tried, a number of occasions all through the week, to schedule an analysis by an out of doors orthopedic specialist, but Antonio has not complied,” the Buccaneers added. “Sustaining the well being and wellness of our gamers is of the utmost significance to our group.”
Brown returned to motion on Dec. 26. He missed two months of the 2021 season due to each an ankle damage and a three-game suspension for misrepresenting his COVID-19 vaccination standing.
In two seasons with the Buccaneers, Brown recorded 1,002 yards and eight touchdowns.
Extra Antonio Brown Protection:
For extra protection of the Buccaneers, go to All Bucs