Antonio Brown is no stranger to punishments by the NFL, having received a three game suspension for faking his vaccination status.
This time around, it is in regards to his behavior from Sunday when he was seen shedding his uniform, throwing things into the stands, and walking to the locker room in the middle of the game between the Bucs and Jets. Following the Bucs’ win over the Jets, Bruce Arians announced that Brown is no longer a member of the team.
While Brown’s behavior was insane, he will reportedly not be facing any punishment from the National Football League.
“The Buccaneers are having discussions with the NFL about procedural steps and which designation the team will use on Antonio Brown for player-personnel purposes, source says, adding that there is no consideration of league-imposed discipline against Brown for Sunday’s incident,” Mark Maske tweeted.
Brown had just 3 catches for 26 yards before he erupted on the sidelines.
The Buccaneers have not officially released Brown yet, but the move is expected to happen at some point.