Days After Antonio Brown Publicly Called Out Respected NFL Reporter, Alleged ‘Empire’ Details Take Center Stage

Published 09/05/2023, 8:47 AM EDT

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The notorious ex-player is embroiled in a child support saga and even photoshopped his face on Lena Paul’s picture. This time the news has shocked the ever-dwindling star’s fanbase. It’s reported that Antonio Brown threatened the players with firearms and guns while operating in the National Arena League (NAL). The former SB champion’s tenure at NAL was anything but disastrous. However, this fresh piece of information has left the NFL world in shock! There were previous claims that AB refused to pay anyone, took hostile measures, and ultimately disowned everyone. But, the new controversy tops all of AB’s previous ones.

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Antonio Brown used firearms to threaten a fellow player

AB, since his unceremonious retirement from the NFL has gone down a negative spiral. From insulting women to facing legal issues, he finds himself in trouble yet again. A recent fiasco has landed the ex-Steelers WR in another controversy. This incident transpired during AB’s Albany Empire days. Things got intense when a social media post dedicating the loss of Mo Ruffins was deleted. When players confronted Brown regarding the same, that’s when the 7X Pro Bowl threatened the players.

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Antonio Brown had a conversation with Ryan Larkin and said “Hey, man, you still got the AR in the car? Go get it,” Former Albany Empire Darius Prince confirmed the same. Darius Price shared “ “Then I was like, I’m not going to allow this dude to walk out of here after you just threatened us.” “After he said that, things did calm down, and we had a conversation. But the fact is that he threatened us by telling his assistant to grab his AR.” Antonio Brown is suspected to say his side of the story on his recent podcast feature.

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Antonio Brown to feature on a popular podcast show

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Antonio Brown, the king of controversy is set to debut on the “It Is What It Is” podcast show. The former Patriots star will feature the disgraced player in its next episode. The talk show broke the news in typical AB style. Their social media post read “Everybody else got breaking news we do too. ‘Mr. Put That Shit On’ AB will be joining It Is What It Is for [football] season once a week, we told yall the takeover is about to be phenomenal next-level sh*t.” 

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Bringing on AB on the show could prove to be a masterstroke. With the ex-player marking his presence, the show would garner heaps of views. Moreover, AB shared the news in a controversial manner. He used a photo of Gisele Bundchen hugging him. Taking a poke at Tom Brady’s failed marriage, AB has already created hype for his feature on the talk show.

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It’s a new day and Antonio Brown finds himself in a new controversy. The once NFL stalwart’s life has changed drastically in the last few years. With a severe fall from grace, the former wide receiver’s life has taken a massive U-turn. AB has followed controversies since calling time on his NFL playing career. The underfire WR’s recent controversy could prove to be fatal and might get arrested on possession of arms.

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Jyot Singh Bindra is an NFL Writer at EssentiallySports. Picked in the latest round of ‘ES Draft’, Singh exudes a passion for NFL writing. Jyot is driven by the legacy left by one of the greatest NFL quarterbacks, Tom Brady, "You push your body to the limits, but you have to train your body to deal with the limits".
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