Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Antonio Brown finally released by Buccaneers

Must Read

Teen charged with murder of ex-girlfriend who was shot 22 times

A 17-year-old boy was arrested Monday and charged with 22 counts of shooting and killing his ex-girlfriend while...

The Bank of Britain’s “ring fencing” rules need to be simplified, comments

LONDON () - Capital rules imposed on the UK’s major street banks did not hurt competition after bailouts...

Watch the “Bigger Than Life” video for “In The Wake of Your Leaving” by Gang of Youths

Youth Group shared an official video for their latest single "After your vacation" - you can watch below. The...


Antonio Brown was finally officially released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

On Sunday, Tampa coach Bruce Arians said the wide receiver, who was in a difficult situation, was no longer a member of the team. It has been several days since Brown was released, but this will happen today, confirmed in a statement from the booksellers.

“Antonio was treated for an ankle injury a week before Sunday’s game, but our medical team allowed him to play before the game and did not show it during the game. He was told that he could not play, ”the report said.

“We tried to schedule an assessment by an external orthopedic specialist several times during the week, but Antonio didn’t follow through. The health and well-being of our players is paramount to our organization.

Antonio Brown was released on January 6, 2022 by the Buccaneers.

Brown, in the middle of the Bucs ’game against the Jets, took off his uniform, pillows, and shirt and continued to jump in the last zone as he walked into the locker room.

Since then, he has appeared in court at the Brooklyn Nets game and then hosted a party with rapper Fabolous.

On Wednesday, Brown accused the Arians and Buccaneers of mishandling an ankle injury.

“I gave up direct pressure from my coach for my loyalty to the game [Bruce Arians] to play without injury, ”Brown said in a statement through his attorney, Sean Burstin. and I gave it all for my team. “

Antonio Brown will be released by the Buccaneers on Thursday.
Antonio Brown will be released by the Buccaneers on Thursday.

He said the pain had become too “extreme” for him to return to the field, but he was still ordered by the Arians.

“I sat aside and my coach came up to me and was very upset and said,‘ What happened to you? What’s wrong with you?’ “I told him, ‘This is my ankle,'” Brown said in a statement. “But he knew it. It was well documented and we discussed it.

Brown then leaked tentative texts between Arians and himself, in which Arians told him he would not rest for the playoffs and that Brown could not get to full speed.

Antonio Brown was released on January 6, 2022 by the Buccaneers.
Antonio Brown was released on January 6, 2022 by the Buccaneers.

Earlier this week, NFL reporter Josina Anderson said her report could find another job in the league if Brown still wants to play football.

.

- Advertisement -
Latest News

Teen charged with murder of ex-girlfriend who was shot 22 times

A 17-year-old boy was arrested Monday and charged with 22 counts of shooting and killing his ex-girlfriend while...

The Bank of Britain’s “ring fencing” rules need to be simplified, comments

LONDON () - Capital rules imposed on the UK’s major street banks did not hurt competition after bailouts during the global financial crisis,...

Watch the “Bigger Than Life” video for “In The Wake of Your Leaving” by Gang of Youths

Youth Group shared an official video for their latest single "After your vacation" - you can watch below. The choreographed clip, which arrived today...

Jan. 6 committee subpoenas phone records of Eric Trump, Kimberly Guilfoyle

The House Electoral Committee, which is investigating the riots at the Capitol on Jan. 6, summoned and obtained phone magazines related to Eric...

The French government has promised to stand by EDF – Finance Minister Le Maire

Author: Benjamin Mallet, Gvladis FuchePARIS () - The French government has pledged to stand by the EDF and support the company when it...
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This