Antonio Brown’s lawyer says Bucs WR has been vaccinated

Antonio Brown’s lawyer says Bucs WR has been vaccinated


Antonio Brown’s attorney, Sean Burstein, says the Tampa Bay pirate receiver received a COVID-19 vaccine.

Antonio Brown was the story in the NFL on Thursday, with former chef Stephen Ruiz telling the Tampa Bay Times that the Buccaneers wide receiver allegedly bought a fake COVID-19 vaccine ticket to avoid league protocol. The news came as a bit of a shock, considering that coach Bruce Aryan said before the 2021 season that the squad was 100 per cent vaccinated. Now, Brown’s attorney has entered the conversation to defend him.

Sean Burstein, Brown’s attorney, says the whole family is immune. Borstein even told ESPN’s Jenna Lynn that Brown would get the booster shot of COVID-19 “live on TV” if league guidelines and his doctor asked him to get it.

Antonio Brown’s lawyer says hacker’s wide receiver is being vaccinated

Immediately after the exclusive report from the Tampa Bay Times, the Buccaneers released a statement saying “no irregularities were observed” when they were reviewing players’ vaccination cards.

NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy issued a statement, saying they were “aware of the report” and would “review the matter,” according to ESPN.

Earlier this season, Brown tested positive for COVID-19 and was placed on the reserve list. He missed the Tampa Bay Week 3 meet against the Los Angeles Rams, but returned for their next game against the New England Patriots.

We’ll keep you posted on this story once more details are provided, and when the league makes an official statement regarding the allegations.



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