It’s been nearly two months since Antonio Brown was released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and although all of that time has passed since the incident, the receiver still seems as mad as ever about being dumped.
Brown took to social media on Monday to lodge another complaint against his former team. This time around, not only did the receiver throw the organization under the bus, but he also pinned some blame on Tom Brady for not throwing him the ball in Tampa Bay’s infamous game against the Jets that is now mostly remembered as the game where Brown took his shirt off while leaving the field.
Here’s what Brown posted to Instagram on Monday (via the Tampa Bay Times):
- He blamed the Buccaneers for his injury: “They tried to hurt me intentionally. Sent me out there after knowing I was still hurt.”
- He says that Brady lied to him: “Tom said he would throw it if I came to play hurt, I came. He didn’t throw it, imagine being hurt, having to play through this and being lied (to) too.”
- He continues to insist that Bruce Arians made him play hurt: “Coach said if I couldn’t run on this, get the f–k out of there.”
He also ended his message with a vulgar sentence that involved the F-word and if you want to see his NSFW comments, you can click here. Basically, his latest social media tirade was a much more concise version of what he’s been complaining about since he was released.
The battle between Brown and the Buccaneers has been a never-ending war of words since he was cut. Although Brown has insisted that Arians made him play with an injured ankle, the Buccaneers coach has denied that version of events.
In late January,