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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Reggie W, Jul 30, 2019.
I thought it was announced for Rosen today?
I haven't seen any NFL news today, so it could have been.
I thought I read it and found this article.
I will be going to the Raiders-Vikings game. GO VIKES!
Patriots released Antonio Brown! His latest mess about sending threatening text messages to one of his accusers this past week appears to be the last straw for Kraft and/or Belichick.
Bye, bye Antonio Brown. Don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out, you dirtbag.
I doubt any other team touches him now.
If they do, they should get your their head examine as he's more of a distraction than a weapon for more wins.
Wow- that didn’t last long with The Brady Bunch
(most of us knew it wasn’t going to last anyway).
Hell, we all knew it wouldn't end well.
Brown went from $30M guaranteed with the Raiders to $9M potentially guaranteed from New England (plus $20M next season) to earning about $100K in 2019. It's great to see him not profit from his petulant child strategy to get out of Pittsburgh and Oakland.
The last time we saw an athlete piss away this kind of money was when Tiger Woods wife clobbered him with his 7 iron. Of course, the situations were different, and Tiger had a lot more money earned and put away. I'll bet Brown's not nearly that intelligent -- I wouldn't be surprised to read a story in a couple of years about him being broke and homeless.
Tiger's infidelity is one thing, but AB is beyond that indiscretion. Frankly, I thought Tiger took too much heat from the media and general public for what he did as that situation was a personal situation between him and his wife which ended up with her being a very rich divorcee.
Yeah, I think NE was sick of the distractions. Every press conference question was about AB and his off-the-field issues. Belichick wasn't going to put up with that for long.
I bet you the NFL places AB on the exempt list next week to keep other teams from making the same mistakes the Raiders and Patriots did with him. The dude clearly needs to some professional help.
Truly an awesome end to Antonio Brown's football career!
Boy does Jon Gruden look like an idiot for talking about what an awesome guy Brown is.
So the Steelers knew all along that Brown was scum and he committed all these acts while a Steeler yet they still tried to keep him...what a disgusting organization they are. The Rooney's are total slime.
Oh, I agree that the situations are much different. I was just comparing the lost money -- Tiger's from lost sponsors and Brown's from his lost salary.
It sounds like you've changed your tune about AB and those allegations being just a money grab.
Nope I've retained the same opinion of the guy and the situation all along.
If you say so.