The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have no interest in signing Antonio Brown despite recent speculation the free-agent wide receiver could potentially reunite with Tom Brady, sources told ESPN's Dianna Russini.
Bucs head coach Bruce Arians said in March that Brown "wasn't a fit" in Tampa Bay's locker room.
However, Michael Lombardi of The Athletic reported Tuesday that there's been "chipping going on" in league circles about Brown landing in Tampa Bay. He added, though, that a deal is far from certain to happen.
The Bucs also added to their arsenal by trading for longtime Brady teammate Rob Gronkowski, who returned to the NFL after a one-year retirement.
Brown remains under investigation by the league for allegations of sexual assault and sexual misconduct. In June, he received two years probation after pleading no contest to a battery charge stemming from a January altercation with a moving truck driver.