Antonio Brown’s Weird Video of WR Riding Bike While Injured Goes Viral.

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Antonio Brown’s Weird Video of WR Riding Bike While Injured Goes Viral.

Even though Antonio Brown’s leg is in a boot, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver is bicycling through his injuries. Brown shared an odd video of himself riding a bike while wearing his protective boot on his Instagram Story on November 2.

“Is there any good news? On November 2, The Athletic’s Greg Auman tweeted, “Buccaneers WR Antonio Brown is well enough to ride a bike.” “Is there any bad news?” He’s doing it with his wounded ankle/heel in a boot.”

Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians gave an unsettling report on Brown prior to Week 8. Although Brown is suffering from a sprained ankle, Arians admitted that he might be gone for “a long period.”

“Shoot, who knows about that injury?” According to Buccaneers.com, Arians made the observation on October 27. “It could be that or it could take a long time.” Let’s watch how the foot [heals]; he’s still on crutches, so… It’s still an ankle sprain, but it’s centered on his heel.”

Is there any good news? Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown is in good enough shape to ride a bike. Is there any bad news? He’s doing it with his damaged ankle/heel in a boot… pic.twitter.com/983mWcfeMQ

November 2, 2021 — Greg Auman (@gregauman)

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Report: A.B. is aiming for a Week 10 return.

Brown is expected to return in Week 10 against the Washington Redskins, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Because Tampa Bay has a bye in Week 9, Brown will get an extra week to rehabilitate.

“More on the Buccaneers, who are improving their health. “After the bye, Antonio Brown will most likely return from foot/heel problems,” Rapoport tweeted on October 31. “Safeties Carlton Davis and Sean Murphy-Bunting are both making good progress and could return after the bye.”

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