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Antonio Brown says he and Leonard Fournette will work things out with the Buccaneers

The veteran receiver may have dropped a hint that things are looking good for a return to Tampa Bay.

Super Bowl LV
Leonard Fournette #28 and Antonio Brown #81 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers react late in the game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium.
Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are still in the process of getting several of their own back for 2021. Veterans like wide receiver Antonio Brown and running back Leonard Fournette remain unsigned but there have been several reports the team is active in their attempts to bring them back. However, as more time passes more teams feel the need to inquire.

Fortunately for the Bucs, it seems those active conversations have been positive.

According to the veteran receiver himself, Brown says that he and Fournette are going to work things out with the Buccaneers when he was told he was needed back with Tampa Bay, via an Instagram video below.

Tampa Bay has said they’d like to have Brown back and in turn Brown has shared the same feelings on a return. Fournette was reportedly weighing options, but seems inclined to stay with the Buccaneers for this upcoming season. The fact that neither has signed elsewhere is a positive for the Bucs.

In fairness, we don’t know the whole conversation of this video. But it’s interesting considering that Brown and Fournette have been working out together at Brown’s gym and Brown has been working out with Brady’s trainer.

The stars could definitely be aligning for both veteran players to return to pewter this upcoming season.