Antonio Brown is currently a free agent and has gone back and forth about wanting to play. He just needs another chance after he’s had a few mishaps leaving the last few teams he’s played on.
Antonio Brown has opened up on if he will be suiting up in the NFL next season or not. From what he said, he’s not prepared to suit up in the NFL next season.
It’s been four months since NFL fans saw Antonio Brown storm off the field as a member of the Tampa Bay Bucs, and we won’t be seeing him in 2022 either.
Brown, who said earlier this month he wanted to retire a Steeler, delivered the news himself during an appearance at a Fan Controlled Football league game on Saturday. The free-agent receiver said he won’t be playing ball in 2022.
“Obviously, we live the game but you can’t play forever,” he said. “I think I’m a great player that’s done everything in the game. ”
He was then asked whether he would be suiting up in 2022. “Nah, don’t play yourself lookin’ to me to play.”
The 33-year-old did not seem to be on the radar of any of the 32 NFL teams.
On an appearance of The Pivot podcast, AB said he wanted a reunion with his former team, the Steelers, and wanted to retire with them.
For that to happen, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin would more than likely have to sign off on that and according to him “y’all know that ain’t happening.”
That’s what he said on his appearance on The Pivot podcast when asked about a potential reunion with possibly the best WR he’s ever coached.
It was a very honest answer but maybe it was what AB needed to hear. Tomlin also mentioned how they had great years together and how much he appreciated AB.
Looks like if AB wants to play again he’ll have to find another suitor.
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