Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians definitively says team won't add Antonio Brown: 'It’s not a fit in our locker room'


Tom Brady reportedly would welcome the chance to play with Antonio Brown again and the troubled wide out just wants to get back in the NFL.

But, Brown will not be joining the Buccaneers, as coach Bruce Arians adamantly shut down the idea Thursday.

“Yeah, it’s not going to happen," he said on the Tiki and Tierney show. "It’s not going to happen. There’s no room, and probably not enough money. It’s just not going to happen. It’s not a fit here.”

Arians was asked even if it was on a veteran minimum contract and he definitively said no.

“I just know him and it’s not a fit in our locker room," he said.

Tampa Bay lost Breshad Perriman to the Jets this offseason, but still have Mike Evans and Chris Godwin for Brady to work with.

"Yea, it’s not gonna happen. There’s no room. It’s just not gonna happen. It’s just not a fit here.I just know him and it’s not a fit in our locker room"@BruceArians says NO WAY the Bucs bring in Antonio BrownFull segment here:https://t.co/GM8JeX9j1k pic.twitter.com/zAQincGQgF

— TikiAndTierney (@TikiAndTierney) March 26, 2020