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Antonio Brown May Not Be Welcomed Back To Tampa Bay After Fake Vaccine Card Drama

After Antonio Brown was allegedly caught trying to purchase a fake vaccine card and was suspended three games for violations of the NFL-NFLPA COVID-19 protocols, his coach is not confirming whether he will be allowed back after his three game suspension.

"We'll address their future at that time." coach Brian Arians told reporters.

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But Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio says Brown's suspension could end up saving him from federal prosecution:

"The NFL and NFLPA came together to issue a joint statement on Thursday announcing that these players had misrepresented their vaccination status. I'm told the union specifically avoided the phrase 'fake vaccination card' because there is some concern that there could be federal prosecution of any of the players who did indeed produce a fake vaccine card," Florio writes. "As to Brown's future … I'm told they are considering cutting him. They won't have to make a decision until he's eligible to return to the team in 14 days when they play the Saints on Sunday Night Football."