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Antonio Brown #81 and Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrate their touchdown during the second quarter against the Dallas Cowboys at Raymond James Stadium on September 09, 2021 in Tampa.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are one of the few NFL teams still undefeated after week 2. The Bucs are tied for first place in the NFC South with the Carolina Panthers who are also 2-0. But this weekend, the Bucs will face a big test as they face another undefeated team… the LA Rams and this game is on the west coast. Some news breaking yesterday is not good for Tom Brady. He might be without one of his big weapons.

Wide Receiver Antonio Brown is on the COVID-19 list, according to a tweet from the Bucs. Antonio has been vaccinated. There’s still a chance he could play Sunday. To be eligible to play, he’ll have to have two negative COVID-19 tests. The tests have to be taken 24 hours apart from each other.

If you want to look at the bright side of things, this could give other players a chance to step up and contribute. But no doubt, this isn’t the way Tom Brady wants it. Brown has 138 receiving yards already this season.

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