Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has been a team player throughout his 12-year NFL career, but now that he owns the National Arena League’s Albany Empire, he has a different perspective.
“As an owner, I finally see why it’s important to let everyone know that no one is better than the team! As a player, I always thought the opposite!” Brown tweeted. Saturday night.
I guess it’s better late than never, but Brown’s unexpected tweet is still pretty funny, as he was the poster child for narcissism, self-interest and vanity during his NFL career. Brown in 2010 He won a Super Bowl with the Buccaneers in 2020, but his career ends next year. He suddenly took off his shoulder pad And with a shirt on and the New York Jets running into the locker room at MetLife Stadium during the third quarter of Week 17 against Tampa Bay. AB was cut by the Buccaneers shortly after, marking the final strikeout of four years for the one-time favorite All-Pro wide receiver.
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