With his NFL career likely over following his sideline meltdown on Sunday, Antonio Brown apparently has a lot more time for social media. And he’s been making the most of it, calling out several of his former acquaintances from Tampa.
First on AB’s radar was Bruce Arians, who apparently discussed Brown’s ankle injury with the wideout over text messaged. In a recently posted screenshot of their messages — which AB unveiled on his Instagram story — the Buccaneers head coach is seen telling Brown to be ready for the game because the team is “NOT resting for the playoffs.” He then tells Brown to “Call me.”
Brown responds with a photo of his ankle being worked on. Then he tells BA that he’s “all in,” but he can’t get to full speed on his ankle at the moment. Brown goes on to say that, if he feels better in the morning he’ll be there, but he wants to do what’s best for the team.
Arians responds by telling him, “Come see me in the morning. We’ll talk it out. Definitely want you with us in case you’re ready.”
Is Antonio Brown trying to prove that Arians forced him to play by posting this? If so, it doesn’t exactly help his cause. Arians doesn’t tell him he better play or he’s cut. He just tells him that there’s no resting for the playoffs and the team would like to have AB out there if he’s good to go…
But that wasn’t the end of it. Not even close.
Next up it was Tom Brady and his trainer, Alex Guerrero, who were the targets of Antonio Brown’s social media rant. According to Brown, he paid Guerrero $100,000 for some work, which Guerrero never ended up performing on him. And, while Guerrero doesn’t seem to indicate that he’s not giving refunds or anything of that sort, apparently he hasn’t paid Brown back yet because the wideout decided to call both him and Brady out with the following comment that was cropped into the photo of their text exchange:
“@tombrady guy, @ag_tb12 charging me 100k never doing the work on me! how you even work wit people like this! This what i was dealing wit”
And finally, AB ended it all off with this hilarious photo of himself, Brady and Arians cropped into a poster for “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.”
Apparently, Brown had originally posted his bank information on Instagram in one of the posts about his exchange with Alex Guerrero, but he has since deleted it — which is probably a good idea…
Unfortunately, nothing that touches the internet can be forgotten, as someone was quick to take a screenshot of the information. If anyone is looking to send a wire transfer to AB, we’ve got you covered below:
I highly doubt this is the last we’ve heard from Antonio Brown. Keep an eye on his Instagram account. More drama is on the way, I’m sure.