Antonio Brown has not even reported to Foxboro yet, but he’s already making an impact with the New England Patriots.

The Patriots reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the recently released wide receiver Saturday in the latest of a whirlwind saga for the 31-year-old.

Brown gives Tom Brady and the Patriots a hilarious abundance of weapons on offense, forcing teams to figure out a gameplan for Brown, Josh Gordon and Julian Edelman.

The newly stocked offense has made its impact with oddsmakers in Las Vegas, who bumped the Patriots past the Kansas City Chiefs as the favorites to raise the Lombardi Trophy.

Ceasars Sportsbook puts the odds at 4-1.

Brown, for all of his off-the-field antics, still is one of, if not the best wide receiver in football.

So his addition is not a minor one. Considering the Patriots already were among the front runners in the AFC, and a track record that essentially makes them a lock for the AFC Championship Game every year … yeah, this makes sense.

Now, will AB buy into the “Patriot Way?” Well, he has to log off of Instagram first, probably

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