Antonio Brown tweets ‘two face’ after quarterback Ben Roethlisberger apologizes for d
RaynorShyne
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05-22-2019, 01:53 AM

https://www.foxnews.com/sports/ben-roeth...-fire-back

Folks:  I loved Antonio Brown's production while with the Steelers.  
  • 9 seasons
  • 837 catches (average 93/season)
  • 11,207 yards (average 1,245/season)
  • 74 TD's (average 8.2/season)
  • Led the league in punt return average in 2015
HOWEVER, he morphed into Mr Big Chest

Mr "Big Chest" is an ass clown.   His reaction to Big Ben's apologies reaffirm's that opinion.    

The journey from 6th round draft choice to all-pro superstar was phenomenally wonderful.  He was desined to be in the ongoing perpetual argument for a starting slot on the "all-time Steelers Team" - with the beloved Swann, Stallworth, and Ward (Louis Lipps anyone?  Elbie Nickle?).

The fall from grace - so fast - so complete.....  is equally phenomenal.  

He (was) 876 yards from the most receiving yards in team history (Ward), and 163 catches from Ward's 1,000.

I'll be forever grateful he achieved neither.

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05-22-2019, 11:11 AM

I can't see why Ben would continue to have any dialogue with Brown. There's little positive that might result. He should focus totally on the guys on the squad who can help him win another title. Brown and Bell are little more than distractions.
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05-22-2019, 11:11 AM

Early on in his career he had a show with Craig Wolfley. The poor guy could barely put together a coherent thought. Not making excuses, but the guy has some serious communication issues.

Add to that my suspicion he’s not the sharpest knife in the drawer. With that much talent potential, there was a reason he went to Eastern Michigan instead of a top 10 school.

That said, I’m glad he was here, and I’m equally glad he’s gone.
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05-23-2019, 03:09 AM

Antonio Brown was not spotted at the start of Oakland Raiders voluntary organized team activities.

The superstar receiver wasn't on the field with teammates for Tuesday's voluntary session, as NFL Network's MJ Acosta reported.

Brown had been a participant in previous portions of the team's voluntary offseason workouts.

"He's not here today; hopefully, we'll see him in the next couple days," Raiders head coach Jon Gruden told reporters Tuesday.
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05-24-2019, 09:27 AM

Good luck Jon. Wait until the rest of the team gets a load of this act...
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06-05-2019, 12:34 AM

(05-22-2019, 01:53 AM)RaynorShyne Wrote: https://www.foxnews.com/sports/ben-roeth...-fire-back

Folks:  I loved Antonio Brown's production while with the Steelers.  
  • 9 seasons
  • 837 catches (average 93/season)
  • 11,207 yards (average 1,245/season)
  • 74 TD's (average 8.2/season)
  • Led the league in punt return average in 2015
HOWEVER, he morphed into Mr Big Chest

Mr "Big Chest" is an ass clown.   His reaction to Big Ben's apologies reaffirm's that opinion.    

The journey from 6th round draft choice to all-pro superstar was phenomenally wonderful.  He was desined to be in the ongoing perpetual argument for a starting slot on the "all-time Steelers Team" - with the beloved Swann, Stallworth, and Ward (Louis Lipps anyone?  Elbie Nickle?).

The fall from grace - so fast - so complete.....  is equally phenomenal.  

He (was) 876 yards from the most receiving yards in team history (Ward), and 163 catches from Ward's 1,000.

I'll be forever grateful he achieved neither.

#twoface
I feel the same way and couldn't have said it better myself. From the articles I'm reading so far a huge weight has been lifted off this team. As AV put it: "it is great to be a Steeler again". 

F these ass clown brothers - Bell and Brown.


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