(Photo : Elsa/Getty Images) EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY – Antonio Brown (#81) of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looks on against the New York Jets during the game at MetLife Stadium on January 02, 2022 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Antonio Brown’s exit from the National Football League was not that gracious, and now, he is coming after those involved in the demise of his American football career.
The 34-year-old, regarded as one of the best wide receivers of the 2010s era, last played an NFL game in January 2021 after being released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers shortly following his on-field outburst.
His team was down by the New York Jets in the third quarter when suddenly Brown removed his shirt and pads and threw his glove to the stands.
Buccaneers won the game through the lead of Tom Brady, but coach Bruce Arians announced during post-game that Brown is “no longer a Buc” and that “that’s the end of the story.”
Brown never set foot in the gridiron again.
Two years later, Brown is unraveling what went down and is blaming several Buccaneer personnel for why he suddenly lost a career.
Among those is Tom Brady’s TB12 guru Alex Guerrero whom he claimed did not help with injuries he was dealing with.
“He’s not a doctor, he don’t read the MRI,” Brown said during an appearance in Tyreek Hill’s podcast.
“So like he’s digging in my shit, like thinking he [will] rev me up to play. But my ligament tore. I can’t really play at all.”
Treated like a dog
The seven-time Pro Bowl winner also claimed that his injury was not considered much during his time with Tampa Bay. He said he was made to suit up despite his body not being ready.
He revealed, too, that team superstar Tom Brady was among those that convinced him and that he could not do anything because the team comes first.
“I already know they were being fake to me the whole time I was there,” he said.
“I got suspended (for breaking Covid-19 rules) and I came back and they had some guys hurt, so they wanted to get everything out of me – they treated me like I’m a dog.”
The other party has yet to comment on the allegations.
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