- Antonio Brown has said he will play in Brazil’s version of the NFL if he gets 100,000 retweets.
- The Liga BFA boasts an impressive 33 teams, but it’s even less glamorous than the soon-to-launch XFL, which Brown laughed at joining.
- Do your part to help Brown fulfill his hours-long dream to catch touchdowns south of the equator.
Ever the master of a contract dispute, former NFL great Antonio Brown may have gotten himself into another tricky situation. After publicly dissing the XFL in the wake of his release from the Patriots, Brown has offered his services to a small professional football league, this time in Brazil, in exchange for the paltry sum of 100,000 retweets.
Antonio Brown Laughs Off XFL Rumors to Play…in Brazil?
While no one trusts that Antonio Brown will fulfill a hastily-drafted Twitter contract after his shenanigans in Pittsburgh and Oakland showed he was prepared to do anything to get out of a real one, this does provide some welcome publicity for the Liga BFA.
Sporting an impressive 33 teams (the XFL only boasts eight), the arrival of such a high profile NFL star would be like Elvis showing up for karaoke at your local bar.
You can help send Antonio Brown to the closest thing Brazil has to the NFL, and all it takes is a simple retweet. | Source: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
Sadly, given that Brown has rejected both the XFL and significantly more established Canadian Football League on social media, this is almost certainly just some trolling for retweets.
A quick scroll through some of Antonio Brown’s more famous tweets finds that the wide receiver has rarely gotten five-figure numbers of likes on his posts,