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Antonio Brown’s 4-Word Verdict Creates Massive Buzz Post Mike Tomlin’s News of Steelers’ OC Exit

Published 11/21/2023, 9:34 AM EST

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The Pittsburgh Steelers make a tough call for their offensive coordinator, Matt Canada. The 51-year-old coach has been with the Steelers since 2021. Unfortunately, the team has decided to let go of him after just two seasons.

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Mike Tomlin, the HC for the Steelers, announced the news about relieving Canada from his position. The fans in the comments went into a frenzy as they celebrated the shocking announcement that came mid-season. Canada’s performance for the team hasn’t been the best, as their record of 6-4 proves it. But while the fans celebrated the news, Antonio Brown took the firing as an opportunity to get back into the NFL headlines.

Antonio Brown hints at his return yet again by using the firing of Matt Canada.


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Antonio Brown, the former WR for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, makes a controversial statement about the recent release of Matt Canada. Brown is always tweeting cryptic messages on his social media platforms. Additionally, he’s been known to be a problematic figure on social media, and he didn’t disappoint with his latest tweet.

He posted a photo of Matt Canada and captioned it by writing, “Gametime 🐝on the way.” It seems like he’s trying to make a reputation for himself and hinting at making his return as a coach after a failed venture with the Albany Empire. Even after having a bad reputation in the NFL, his personal life has been more controversial as Brown has had his fair share of encounters with the authorities as well. All the scandals that surround Brown make it difficult to predict whether he’ll be allowed to come back to the NFL ever again or not.


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How did Antonio Brown throw his talented NFL career away?

Antonio Brown had a scandalous exit from his team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He made allegations against the team that they forced him to play despite suffering from a severe injury. The Bucs released a statement shortly after, stating that Brown had been released from the squad. After that, he went on to be a minority owner of the Albany Empire, a team in the National Arena League.


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Though even his venture into the business world failed, His team was disqualified from the league for Brown’s failure to pay the mandatory fees on time. If all this wasn’t enough, Brown was involved in a legal battle against one of his baby mothers for not paying child support on time. Conclusively, there is no doubt about the fact that Brown was an immensely talented player, but he chose to throw his entire career away and now tries to make subtle jabs at the NFL to mark his return, which isn’t going to be likely anytime soon.

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Will Brown ever get to come back to the NFL? Or did his career end when he chose to walk out on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?
Let us know in the comments below.

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Jeevesh Singh


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"Language is courage: the ability to conceive a thought, to speak it, and by doing so to make it true."- Salman Rushdie Hi, my name's Jeevesh Singh and I'm an NFL writer here at EssentiallySports. The sport has been on my radar because of the sort of aggressiveness with which the game is played, perhaps the only one in the world that allows such a brutal display of power.
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Anuj Jacob