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Antonio Brown's legal issues are closer to being over

There is zero doubt that when Antonio Brown is on the field and focused to play football he is one of the best wide receivers in the game. Another area that has limited his football play over the past year-plus was a variety of legal issues that are now slowly getting put behind him.

NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, via attorney Sean Burstyn, reported that Brown, has completed the two years’ probation he received as a result of the incident a year ahead of schedule.

"In further demonstration of Antonio Brown’s hard work and great progress since his NFL suspension, we are very pleased to advise that his withheld adjudication is now final and he has completed his probation a full year ahead of schedule," Burstyn said.

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With these issues moving past him, including having his probation lifted one year early, and hopefully the production should be better on the field with Brown being able to focus on the field. His numbers while at Pittsburgh were nearly a leg best with six years of 100 or more catches and best online pokies Australia understands that value he will bring as a full time starter playing along side Mike Evans and Chris Godwin.

This Tampa Bay offense was already elite and scoring over 30 points per game with Brown who was not fully around and Tom Brady who was still figuring out the playbook part way through the year. According to best payouts casinos, this offense has to be the favorite to be the most potent in 2021, assuming everyone stays healthy.

Another Super Bowl run is 100% in the picture and the schedule is not all that tough for Tampa Bay to earn a good record and get home field again throughout the playoffs.

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