Antonio Brown is officially part of Tom Brady's crew, and to celebrate he already got himself a brand new pair of kicks.
AB shared the red and white Nike cleats he plans on wearing next weekend in Miami as he gears up for his big debut.
Monday afternoon, #84 was officially made a Patriot when he inked his deal, which is reportedly worth $15 million, with a $9 million signing bonus.
A release by the Pats went over Brown's impressive career, as well as his recent release from the Oakland Raiders.
"Brown, 31, is a veteran of nine NFL seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers (2010-18). The 5-foot-10, 185-pounder originally entered the NFL as a sixth-round draft pick (195th overall) of Pittsburgh out of Central Michigan in the 2010 NFL Draft. Brown was traded by Pittsburgh to Oakland on March 13, 2019 and released by Oakland on Sept. 7, 2019," the bio read.
The move definitely sits well with the star, who took to social media shortly after the official announcement was made, and posted a message reading, "Fight for what you know is right."
He followed up with the caption, "“No weapons formed against me shall prosper."
AB has been extremely welcomed by the crew in New England after getting released from the Raiders, and even Tom Brady offered to let the wide receiver shack up at his house.
Drew Rosenhaus, Brown's agent, revealed to Al Michaels that Brady was a "Million percent in" on AB, and even offered to let him sleep at his home until he settled down in New England.