Antonio Brown simply cannot resist basking in the glory of the Tampa Bay Bucs failures in the playoffs with him off the team.
If you thought Antonio Brown was going to take the high road after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were eliminated from the playoffs, you just don’t know Antonio Brown.
On Monday morning, he was back at it again when he took another shot at his former head coach Bruce Arians, by calling him a ‘Barbarian’ and posting several photos below showing him, JuJu, and the veteran head coach slapping his own player.
Three weeks after Brown ran off the sidelines against the Jets, he made light of his former team’s season-ending 30-27 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday in the NFC divisional round. His choice of image was himself with a photoshopped “Bucs eliminated” sign.
Days after the sideline incident, Brown released a statement through his lawyer claiming he only quit after Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians pressured him to play through an injured ankle. A proceeding MRI allegedly showed the ankle to require surgery after revealing broken bone fragments, a torn ligament and loss of cartilage.
Brown followed that up with his own media tour, where he could also be seen moving just fine on his ankle.
Before Sunday’s game, Brown curiously published an Instagram post supportive of Brady.