When Antonio Brown signed his deal with the Tampa Bay Bucs, he had $750,000 in incentives tied to his performance which include $250,000 for 45 catches, $250,000 for 650 yards, and $250,000 for six touchdowns.
It took him awhile to get in the end zone, but he got there four times in the final 3 weeks, but it wasn’t enough to get him to trigger a bonus.
The two of them clearly had a conversation before Week 17, because Brady completed 11 passes to Brown on Sunday that triggered his $250K bonus.
Brown finished the day with 11 catches for 138 yards and two touchdowns. It was his first game finishing with double digit catches, over 100 yards receiving, and multiple touchdowns.