After Tom Brady signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, rumors almost immediately began to surface that Antonio Brown wanted to come to town and join Tampa Bay to play with the future Hall of Fame quarterback. Despite Brown's brief and unsuccessful tenure with the Patriots, the two appear to still have a good relationship, if their social media interactions can suggest as such. 

On Speak For Yourself, Marcellus Wiley and Mark Schlereth argued that Tampa Bay was an ideal spot for Brown to land. Jason Whitlock disagreed: 

Wiley's argument can be boiled down to the fact that Brown will be joining a team stacked at receiver and with men Brown respects in charge. The presence of Mike Evans and Chris Godwin means Brown can't adopt a my-way-or-the-highway attitude and his off-the-field distractions would be limited by the firm hand of Bruce Arians. Scherleth more or less agreed, accurately pointing out that Brown's talent makes him a good fit everywhere, but his surroundings in Tampa Bay would rein in some of his worse impulses. 

Whitlock doesn't think that's the case at all. He brings up the various and occasionally disturbing videos Brown has posted over the last several months that suggest he doesn't respect anybody.