- Antonio Brown once again declared he would not play in the NFL again, this time in an explicit tweet.
- AB was supposed to be meeting with the league next week to begin taking steps to return to the NFL.
- This vulgar Twitter tirade will likely end the once Hall of Fame-bound wide receiver’s career.
It looked like Antonio Brown was finally going to meet with the NFL next week. After months of posturing, the enigmatic wide receiver had given in and would be interrogated by league officials, according to ESPN sources.
However, this meeting now appears to be sharply in question after a staggering attack on the league in a tweet published by Brown on Thursday morning.
AB Is Still Getting Interest from NFL Teams, and That’s Wild
Brown’s aggressive tweet is not the first time that he has suggested he won’t return to the league.
After giving a masterclass in how not to behave during a scandal, Antonio Brown is walking on some of the thinnest ice you can imagine. The fact that the former Steelers great has not yet entirely fallen off the NFL’s radar is entirely baffling. Brown has insulted GMs, been accused of sexual assault, threatened that accuser via text, behaved aggressively on Twitter, allegedly smashed up a condo in Florida, and the list goes on and on.
In isolation, any of these actions would have gotten a lesser player kicked off a roster, but Antonio Brown is still in the running for a spot at multiple teams. Just for fun, consider the fact that former teammates said that poor behavior was par for the course for Brown,