It became official on Monday; Antonio Brown joined the New England Patriots.

Which seems to be odd to say since Brown enjoys a lot of drama around him while the Pats’ are famous for its no-nonsense locker room.

Many believe that it is just a matter of time before the issues that caused Brown to leave the Oakland Raiders and Pittsburgh Steelers to come back up while in New England. However, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick isn’t worried about that as he has experience dealing with receivers that get wrapped up in off-field drama.

At Tuesday’s press conference, Belichick was asked why he was confident that Brown wouldn’t cause drama with his new club after everything that occurred during the summer. Belichick pointed out how he handled another Hall of Fame-caliber receiver who bolted from Oakland to join New England after his share of drama.

“It’s the same thing you guys said about Randy Moss when we brought him in,” said Belichick.

Like Brown, Moss was unhappy about his time with the Raiders (2005 to 2006) before joining the Patriots.

The hesitation from those that felt he wouldn’t fit in with the Patriots and their ways were quieted as Moss hauled in an NFL-record 23 receiving touchdowns and was second in receiving yards (1,493) in his first season with New England.

Before leaving the Patriots, Moss recorded back to back 1,000-yard seasons, which were the last of his illustrious career.

The former Patriot wideout, now-ESPN analyst, offered Brown some advice. "You're with the GOAT head coach. You're with the GOAT quarterback. It's time to put up or shut up," said Moss. "I don't know if this is his last stop or not, but he's playing for one-year deals. I just want the man to play football."

Brown signed a one-year, $15 million contract that had a team option for 2020 added to it, valued at $20 million.

While we are all taking in the “Antonio Brown Show” and all his drama, Belichick isn’t worried with the past actions of his newest receiver.

“I wasn’t in either of those places so I can’t comment on what did or didn’t happen there,” said Belichick.

There is no doubt that Brown is talented on the field, but he is about himself. The true test will be if Tom Brady passes up throwing to him and how Brown handles that because the “Patriots Way” is always winning as a team first.