Antonio Brown took aim at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers following their demoralizing Week 12 loss to the Browns in Cleveland which has become a recurring theme for the former NFL star.
The former NFL wide receiver shared a text message that his former teammate Tom Brady allegedly sent him in 2021, when they were both part of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In the message, Brady talks like a concerned friend pointing out Brown’s “irresponsible” behavior. The screenshot was posted from Brown’s verified Snapchat account, but there is no way to verify if the text actually does come from Brady.
He has also shared a photoshopped nude picture of his ex-wife, Gisele. Just recently, he fat-shamed him on Snapchat as well.
Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick was a guest on the Club Shay Shay FOX Sports podcast hosted by Shannon Sharpe and spoke about the concerning posts from Brown on Brady.
“Yeah, that’s right. That was a little disturbing to me too, because I know I know. Him and Tom was on the same and you know I believe in and I believe in friendships, true friendships. And I think they I thought they was creating a bond before them. You know, you put him in a situation where he was able to get a ring. Yes, and shine. And he turned his back on him.”
The two of them were briefly on the New England Patriots roster together in 2019. Brown agreed to a one-year contract with the Patriots that September, but he didn’t last long and was cut later that month.
Brown and Brady had won a Super Bowl together after Brady convinced then-coach Bruce Arians to get Brown on the team. About two weeks after this text was said to have occurred, Brown signed a one-year deal to remain in Tampa.
Something has clearly set him off and now he doesn’t care about salvaging a relationship with the QB.
Back in January, Brown took his shirt off and quit the Bucs in a bizarre meltdown against the Jets at MetLife Stadium that would his tenure with the team and possibly end his career in the elague.
Brady has yet to address Brown.
As for Brady and the Bucs, they will try to improve to .500 on Monday night when they host the NFC South rival New Orleans Saints.