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2021年10月7日 Off

Why is Antonio Brown living with Tom Brady? Inside the relationship that led to a Buccaneers reunion

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  • Night net Buccaneers Antonio Brown is back in the Night net after a tumultuous 2019 season that left him unemployed following a short stint with the Patriots.This time, Brown is with the Buccaneers after some pleading from quarterback Tom Brady. Even though coach Bruce Arians said Brady had nothing to do with Brown signing, the coach didn't shy away from the fact that the quarterback wanted Brown there. "Tom Brady lobbied me back in, gosh, June, July, August," Arians told NBC Sports.Arians said no at the time because he felt the team didn't need Brown. Fast-forward to Week 9, and Brown is now about to start his first game with the Bucs. So what changed? Arians says injuries played a big role. Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Scotty Miller (the Bucs' top three receivers) have all been injured at some point this season. The team is also without tight end O.J. Howard for the rest of the season. And while Arians may not want to admit it, there's no doubt Brady's presence played a role in Brown's arrival to Tampa Bay. We'll get into the reasons why below.Antonio Brown is living with Tom BradyAntonio Brown lived with Tom Brady during his short time on the Patriots, and the receiver is once again pairing up with the quarterback in Tampa Bay. In New England, Brady opened up his home to Brown for him to get settled in while he moved to[......]

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    Cole Beasley's rap album shows the other side of Bills wide receiver

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  • NFL Bills Chiefs Chiefs v Bills American Football Cole Beasley plays wide receiver like someone with good rhythm. Clean footwork and precise timing allow the diminutive wide receiver to almost always create separation from his defender. As it turns out, Beasley definitely has good rhythm.You see, in addition to Beasley's day job as Buffalo Bills slot receiver, he's also a professional rapper. He's not hard to find — no special nickname or moniker — just search "Cole Beasley" in your preferred music service and he'll pop right up. Beasley has his own record label, ColdNation Records, and he's already released one album with new singles coming out even as Buffalo makes its playoff push. Beasley's latest two singles, "Sometimes" and "Ghosts," both were released midweek between Bills playoff games in January."It's something this man truly loves to do," Dallas-area producer Victor "Phazz" Clark told ESPN in 2019. "He will 夜网论坛be the first NFL guy to really successfully cross over into the music world and really be big — like Shaquille O'Neal was back in the day."[......]

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