Antonio Brown Announces Retirement … Again
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Former Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown posted a series of tweets that seem to indicate he’s retiring.

The last 19 months of Brown happenings have been nothing short of wild.

He sat out Pittsburgh’s final game of 2018 after feeling “under-appreciated” and blowing up at a teammate in the week of practice prior to the game.

Then, the Steelers shipped him off to Oakland before the 2019 season. However, he didn’t play a single snap for the Raiders.

In his offseason with Oakland, he got into arguments with both head coach Jon Gruden and GM Mike Mayock, he was fined for missing practice time, and he posted a video including audio from a private phone call with Gruden. Finally, he was cut.

Next, the Patriots scooped up the former Pittsburgh star. Two days later, sexual assault accusations surfaced from Brown’s former trainer, Britney Taylor.

Despite the accusations, Brown played in Week 2 of the 2019 season against the Miami Dolphins. Five days later, the Patriots released him, but only after new allegations surfaced of Brown sending threatening text messages to another alleged assault victim.

A week after playing in Miami, (Sept. 22, 2019) Brown tweeted that he would not be playing in the NFL again. So far, he’s been correct.

Fast forward to this month where Brown posted video of him catching passes from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.

Now, this retirement. We’ll see if this one sticks.

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