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I think Antonio Brown has the biggest problem with Big Ben and JuJu. 

Yep, it all stems from those two guys.  

If you took both of them off of the team in Pittsburgh, then Antonio would be begging to go back. 

He doesn't like Ben because he thought that Ben ran the show in the team's operations (which that's not entirely true), and he doesn't like JuJu because he won the Steelers team MVP and he didn't.  

But I genuinely believe that he doesn't have a problem with anybody else on the team.  

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9 hours ago, tom cody said:

At this point anything Brown says or does I'd take with a huge grain of crack. 

FIFY

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A step up from a Harvey Weinstein apology that talks about how he’s a good person due to his 1970s philanthropy. Totally believable. 

(Off chance he comes to Cleveland, I’d say he’s reformed).

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AB is one of the very few instances where I'd say a person should get locked away in prison simply due to the extremely high likelihood that they will one day REALLY hurt somebody (not to mention he may have already done so).

He's an effing menace.

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1 hour ago, patriotsheatyan said:

People change. 

Nah, Brown hasn't changed at all.  

He could have a form of dissociative identity disorder.  

Whatever he has, he needs to be seen by a professional.  

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What do you get when you cross a mentally ill narcissist that not even Belichick could handle with a team stupid enough to sign him?

You get what you effing deserve.

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2 minutes ago, Elky said:

What do you get when you cross a mentally ill narcissist with a team stupid enough to sign him?

You get what you effing deserve.

Oh.

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On 2/7/2020 at 5:19 AM, FourThreeMafia said:

Right now, this is clearly just "I miss making millions, so my agent and PR specialist told me I need to pretend I'm sorry".

Yep. Spot-on. How long before this POS starts lambasting NFL franchises for not signing him?

This dude is a literal piece of trash and I hope he gets squashed by a bus.

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6 hours ago, patriotsheatyan said:

People change. 

In a few months when millions of dollars and your legacy is on the line? Sure, on the surface.

Antonio Brown is rotten from the inside. He shouldn't and won't play another snap in the NFL.

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On 2/7/2020 at 1:57 PM, The LBC said:

This.  AB is effectively in Josh Gordon territory now.  Teams may/will still gamble on him because of the upside as long as the cost to do so is minimal, but even if they say they differently, they're going in expecting the timebomb to eventually explode and hoping they've done enough to minimize the shrapnel damage he could cause.

It's only going to be (likely) entrenched, (very likely) strong-willed/cultured coaches (I'd contend, as well, ones with entrenched QB's who have strong Type A personalities) who are willing to put their locker rooms on the line for AB and even then there will be some who just flatly aren't willing to buck the good thing they've got going to run the risk.

As much as I know they won't do it because they have Calvin Ridley, I think Julio Jones and Matt Ryan are the kinds of personalities that would work well with AB. That being said, I can't see them doing it because Ridley has a Julio type personality where his outbursts happen because he's trying to make the team better (see: Julio going up to Calvin on the sideline after a big drop to try and help coach him up).

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On 2/7/2020 at 8:53 AM, August4th said:

he was dissing Ben, Ward and Juju during a local interview the other day lol

How was he disrespecting Hines Ward?

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8 hours ago, Bassomatic said:

How was he disrespecting Hines Ward?

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As for Ward, Brown said the former Super Bowl MVP never showed him the "respect" he deserved coming into the league. As a young receiver, Brown admitted Ward never taught him the ropes of the league and kept his distance from the younger wideout. 

"Hines Ward never gave me the respect I needed," Brown said. "Or gave me the positivity or the support I needed. I've never been to his house. I never studied plays with him. I never went over how to win and get open."

Brown did say he showed Smith-Schuster the ropes Ward never taught him, setting his successor up for a better road ahead when Brown left. 

 

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