Antonio Brown claims financial trouble in bizarre social media post

The word bizarre and Antonio Brown go together like peas and carrots over the last bunch of years, and bizarre is the best way to describe a recent social media post Brown made in which he claimed financial trouble.

The former sixth-round pick, who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, made more than $80 million during his 12-year career but claims he’s filing for bankruptcy.

The news came through his media company, CTESPN Network.

“NFL legend Antonio Brown has filed for bankruptcy today,” the post read. “He will be a firs ballot Hall of Famer in 2027. He will be releasing new music this summer. He is also the founder of the most trusted source in all of sports.

“The generational run continues.”

If true (you can never take Brown 100% seriously without evidence), Brown filing for bankruptcy is the least surprising thing ever. Someone with the history of erratic behavior Brown has feels almost destined to get into that kind of issue.

It’s also very possible Brown is just trying to draw attention to his company. If that was indeed the goal, he accomplished it, although I’m not sure how much that attention will help his overall cause.

Brown hasn’t played in the NFL since 2021, when he left the field shirtless during a game versus the New York Jets after a dispute with then-Buccaneers head coach, Bruce Arians.

It was a fitting ending to a once-impressive career that went completely off the rails.

He also recently tweeted through his social media company that he is retiring from the league, and said he would do so as a Las Vegas Raider, a team he signed with in 2019 but never played a snap for due to several issues. The league had pretty much retired him, anyway, as he was simply unemployable.

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