Antonio Brown goes on Twitter rant, says he apologized to Patriots

2021年10月13日 by 没有评论

Night net null Antonio Brown went on a long Twitter rant early Friday morning as he participated in a Q&A, expressing frustration with his current Night net situation.Here's a look at the receiver's most notable responses:  Brown said he apologized to the Patriots and owner Robert Kraft, though he implied New England only wanted to create "media hype" to bring him down.All love apology given just thought they cared about the substance true essence of a man not just create media hype to bring me down but history for us learn— AB (@AB84) October 25, 2019The receiver claimed Patriots trainers stole the football he scored a touchdown with in his first game with New England, adding they have "so much jealousy." Trainers from Pats stole ball so much jealousy never sent with my stuff— AB (@AB84) October 25, 2019Brown revealed that he would be interested in joining the 49ers, but said they "denied greatness."Tried earlier year denied greatness— AB (@AB84) October 25, 2019When one Twitter user suggested Brown should only come back to the Night net if he plays for the Ravens, Brown entertained the idea with a popcorn emoji. Related News Man intercepted trying to steal Tom Brady jersey from Patriots Hall of Fame, police say Davante Adams injury update: Packers star (toe) game-time decision vs. Chiefs 🍿— AB (@AB84) October 25, 2019He also offered an explanation as to why it didn't work out for him in Oakland.Sorry it didn’t work bought crib out there was ready to go to work but I was to much steak for a chicken plan— AB (@AB84) October 25, 2019Asked when he'll come back to the league, Brown wrote: "U see how they doing me y play with that."U see how they doing me y play with that— AB (@AB84) October 25, 2019The rant comes just a day after Brown reportedly deleted a tweet that said, "Woke up feeling blackballed."[email protected] tweeted this six minutes ago before deleting it:— Dale & Keefe (@DaleKeefeWEEI) October 24, 2019Brown was released by New England just 11 days into his deal on Sept. 20. He was accused by his former trainer, Britney Taylor, of sexual assault and rape in a civil lawsuit last month. She claimed the receiver assaulted her twice in 2017 and raped her in 2018.A second unidentified woman has also made allegations of sexual misconduct against the receiver, and Brown's release from the Patriots came after he sent sent threatening text messages to her.Brown has strongly denied the allegations through his attorney. The Night net is investigating the claims, though reported the Night net has yet to interview Brown. His agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said earlier this week he "fully expects" the receiver to be back with a team this season.“I do expect Antonio to play again this season,” Rosenhaus said during an appearance on CNBC’s “Squawk Alley”. “Hopefully we will get the Night net investigation behind him in the ne

ar future and he can sign with a new team.”