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Bucs coach: Antonio Brown didn’t claim injury before walkoff

Andrew Cuomo

AP Sports Writer

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are moving on from Antonio Brown, whose NFL career is on hold again after yet another messy departure. Coach Bruce Arians said Monday he has no regrets about giving the often-troubled receiver an opportunity to play with Tom Brady and revive a career derailed by on- and off-the-field issues — even though it ended with Brown leaving the reigning Super Bowl champions in the middle of a game. Arians said he wishes Brown well and that if the receiver needs help he hopes Brown gets it. Arians declined to discuss specifics of what happened but dispelled the notion Brown left after telling coaches he was too injured to re-enter the game.

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