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Antonio Brown lost it

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something tells me he wont be back in Tampa next year

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man, the dude definitely makes it hard to root for him.. smh

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I’m in the consolation game (because I started Murray over Burrow last week :mad:). 
 

My opponent today started Brown over Chase. :banana:

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23 minutes ago, Ray_T said:

something tells me he wont be back in Tampa next year

Next year? I'm thinking more like next WEEK.  lol. 

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that too.

 

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What happened??? What set him off

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12 minutes ago, gcmmidwest said:

What happened??? What set him off

that's what I want to know. I've heard NOTHING on that yet

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Same Dbag , different year. Dude need to grow up and learn ho to play the game like a man. Arians better not put up with it....that entire team should shun him.

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Can the NFL stop with that guy yet? Won't bother me if they let it go, but it's pretty bad look overall. Dude is mentally ill.

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14 minutes ago, Utilit99 said:

Can the NFL stop with that guy yet? Won't bother me if they let it go, but it's pretty bad look overall. Dude is mentally ill.

yeah, I have a good feeling this was his last stop. I think he knew going off the field that he was done with football

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1 minute ago, vino said:

yeah, I have a good feeling this was his last stop. I think he knew going off the field that he was done with football

Hope the guy doesn't end up killing himself or anyone else down the road. Too bad he's nuts for both his sake and the NFL. That dude at one point was on a HOF trajectory. 

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8 minutes ago, vino said:

yeah, I have a good feeling this was his last stop. I think he knew going off the field that he was done with football

Believing he has the ability to think more than 5 minutes into the future may be a mistake.

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5 minutes ago, Utilit99 said:

That dude at one point was on a HOF trajectory.

Still is.

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5 minutes ago, AxeElf said:

Still is.

I bet no. You don't do what he did over the past few years and get voted into the Hall of Fame. 

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3 minutes ago, Utilit99 said:

I bet no. You don't do what he did over the past few years and get voted into the Hall of Fame. 

Dennis Rodman is in the Hall of Fame.

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Oh my soul.  

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43 minutes ago, adidas said:

even Brady said hes done.   also said he loves the guy, but hopes he gets the help he needs.

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6 minutes ago, AxeElf said:

Dennis Rodman is in the Hall of Fame.

No comparing the two. And I think Rodman got in before he started canoodling with North Korea. Not sure though.

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this reminds me of the T.O. days. But no, I think Brown walked himself out of any HoF talk. But, who knows. 

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1 minute ago, RedzoneMonster said:

CTE

That's a good point. If I remember correctly he took some head shots against Cinci and Vontae Burfict. That was when things started going south for him.

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Just now, vino said:

this reminds me of the T.O. days. But no, I think Brown walked himself out of any HoF talk. But, who knows. 

In the future, the stigma of mental illness will be erased.  A career ended by mental illness will carry no more negative connotation than a career ended by a torn Achilles.

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3 minutes ago, easilyscan said:

Is it 'possible' he's just an idiot ?

 

it is certainly possible.  though CTE is more likely.

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41 minutes ago, AxeElf said:

In the future, the stigma of mental illness will be erased.  A career ended by mental illness will carry no more negative connotation than a career ended by a torn Achilles.

You're assuming that it's "mental illness." And while I'm glad we consider mental illness first without jumping on him purely for possibly being a dumbass, my comment isn't favoring either of those, I'm purely speaking of his actions on and off the field, I don't believe he's on track for the HOF.  I have no stigma regarding mental illness, I deal with it as well. 

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1 hour ago, AxeElf said:

In the future, the stigma of mental illness will be erased.  A career ended by mental illness will carry no more negative connotation than a career ended by a torn Achilles.

What's Brown's physician's diagnosis on the mental illness front? 

 

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5 minutes ago, Utilit99 said:

What's Brown's physician's diagnosis on the mental illness front? 

Dunno.  Just eyeballin' this one.

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3 minutes ago, AxeElf said:

Dunno.  Just eyeballin' this one.

Fair point. Any knowledge what he was like in college and as a youth? I wonder if money turned him into a massive diva and he just doesn't care and loves the drama queen role.  

That said, I don't really care enough to look into it. He gone. 

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1 hour ago, vino said:

You're assuming that it's "mental illness." And while I'm glad we consider mental illness first without jumping on him purely for possibly being a dumbass, my comment isn't favoring either of those, I'm purely speaking of his actions on and off the field, I don't believe he's on track for the HOF.  I have no stigma regarding mental illness, I deal with it as well. 

we also have to keep in mind that you can be mentally ill and also a dumbass.

the real issue here is we dont know all of the facts.

was he a dumbass from day one?

only the Steelers likely know (and maybe a few of his college teammates)

it feels like his personality changed over the course of his career, but it could also be a case where it didnt but he reached a point where he didnt care and started speaking out publicly.

sometimes to the outside observer, that makes all of the difference.

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29 minutes ago, Ray_T said:

we also have to keep in mind that you can be mentally ill and also a dumbass.

the real issue here is we dont know all of the facts.

was he a dumbass from day one?

only the Steelers likely know (and maybe a few of his college teammates)

it feels like his personality changed over the course of his career, but it could also be a case where it didnt but he reached a point where he didnt care and started speaking out publicly.

sometimes to the outside observer, that makes all of the difference.

Its a mental disease....dion sanders,Ocho Cinco,Terrell Owens ......me me me 

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3 hours ago, AxeElf said:

Still is.

No chance he ever gets in after that. 

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1 hour ago, Ray_T said:

we also have to keep in mind that you can be mentally ill and also a dumbass.

the real issue here is we dont know all of the facts.

was he a dumbass from day one?

only the Steelers likely know (and maybe a few of his college teammates)

it feels like his personality changed over the course of his career, but it could also be a case where it didnt but he reached a point where he didnt care and started speaking out publicly.

sometimes to the outside observer, that makes all of the difference.

Ryan Clark had an interview several years ago in which he said he told the Pittsburgh coaching staff that once Antonio Brown gets paid, he was going to be a problem, so he was probably always crazy.

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