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Antonio Brown set to retire if he can't wear his old helmet - Rollers - 08-10-2019

https://dailysnark.com/breaking-antonio-brown-tells-raiders-hes-retiring-unless-hes-able-to-wear-his-old-helmet/?fbclid=IwAR3mkGthGyXlHjBipciXeZn_gAtxlBatZqwma2I3MZdqIfPbpNgz-VJee9k


RE: Antonio Brown set to retire if he can't wear his old helmet - Rollers - 08-10-2019

Yeah I know LOL. funny though


RE: Antonio Brown set to retire if he can't wear his old helmet - RaynorShyne - 08-10-2019

Antonio Brown turmoil related to unhappiness over helmet:
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001040518/article/antonio-brown-turmoil-related-to-unhappiness-over-helmet

LOL!!!!!

 His continued frustration surrounding the situation has created a buzz among teammates and coaches, one of whom referred to the saga as "honestly the most insane thing I have ever heard. I don't know why it's so important to him. It doesn't make any sense."

ENJOY, CHUCKIE!!!!

""He's still freaking out about it," said one Raiders player. "He hasn't been here for awhile, and no one knows where he's at."

Roll Roll Roll Roll Roll Roll Roll Roll


RE: Antonio Brown set to retire if he can't wear his old helmet - mcmillenandwife - 08-10-2019

This is getting beyond "Diva" behavior. I think the poor guy is mentally ill. He needs help.


RE: Antonio Brown set to retire if he can't wear his old helmet - Cali-Steeler - 08-10-2019

> Tim

After all the Media clip of the Raiders introducing him, it showed his eyes lit up like a Christmas tree. It looked like he was on a controlled substance. He just might be


RE: Antonio Brown set to retire if he can't wear his old helmet - Garrett Garlits - 08-11-2019

Another strong possibility is that he wants more upfront money from the Raiders. Michael Thomas of the Saints passed him as the NFL's highest-paid receiver this week, so he may want an adjustment of some kind before he ever plays a game.


RE: Antonio Brown set to retire if he can't wear his old helmet - bbbooger - 08-11-2019

(08-11-2019, 04:25 AM)Garrett Garlits Wrote: Another strong possibility is that he wants more upfront money from the Raiders. Michael Thomas of the Saints passed him as the NFL's highest-paid receiver this week, so he may want an adjustment of some kind before he ever plays a game.

Garrett nailed it!  I predicted there would be some kinda AB melt down as soon as Thomas's contract was announced.


RE: Antonio Brown set to retire if he can't wear his old helmet - dbsfgyd1 - 08-12-2019

A one of a kind of player but also a one of a kind a nut case.... hate to lose his production, but sometimes the juice isn’t worth the squeeze.....


RE: Antonio Brown set to retire if he can't wear his old helmet - Chucktownsteeler - 08-12-2019

(08-10-2019, 06:14 PM)mcmillenandwife Wrote: This is getting beyond "Diva" behavior. I think the poor guy is mentally ill. He needs help.

I agree, I think the Burflict hit caused serious damage. At the time I actually thought Burflict had killed him.


RE: Antonio Brown set to retire if he can't wear his old helmet - Barney - 08-14-2019

Shockingly he's also not a man of his word. Something he and the Baldwin family have in common I guess.


RE: Antonio Brown set to retire if he can't wear his old helmet - dbsfgyd1 - 08-14-2019

(08-14-2019, 11:10 AM)Barney Wrote: Shockingly he's also not a man of his word. Something he and the Baldwin family have in common I guess.


Not a man of his word?? He’s a man of many words. None that makes any sense however. 

About 4 years ago he was a regular on a radio show with Craig Wolfley ,and it was painful to listen to him talk. Not sure how long he was on, but it sure seemed like a major improvement when they replaced him with Marcus Wheaton.