Here's Why Antonio Brown Refused To Come Back Into Game
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More details are surfacing from Antonio Brown's meltdown with the Bucs on Sunday... (The Spun)
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Bullcrap. Trotted off the field looking healthy. AB has mental issues. I compare this clown to DeAndre Square playing on one leg, in pain and sealing the Citrus Bowl win for UK with an INT.
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DeAndre Square goes out, Iowa moves the ball at well; Square comes back in, Iowa can't move the ball anymore. Notice the correlation? Mental health is real in a select few, but is an excuse for most.
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He is obviously not healthy. Manic depression isn't anything to screw with. Even worse when you're a multimillionaire football great who can avoid treatment. Hopefully he gets help before he craters yet again. Not even so he can play a game, but because he's a person.
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You can thank Vontaze Burfict for that....
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Yeah, I think we're seeing an athlete publicly demonstrating serious mental health issues. I hope he gets the help he needs. This could end tragically.
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Or maybe he is just exceptionally egotistical, entitled, and childish. When does that dip into mental illness?
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The Bucs were dumba**es for picking him up to begin with. He’s always been a problem child.
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CNB
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Yeah that super bowl win sure did suck
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cte
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The guy has been breaking down since his last few years in Pittsburgh. Slow self destructive spiral. He needs a team of therapists.
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He finally got tired of all the Tom Brady love worship.
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He is just tired of the NFL and wants to work elsewhere. I wonder what his degree is in?
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Maybe he and Johnnie Manzel can start a team.
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Get OBJ in there and you have a perfect harmony.
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Arians is not innocent in all this. He comes across as an a-hole, and knows how to push the right buttons.
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Oh boo hoo, who among us haven't had a boss at some point who is a a-hole. You don't see people attacking Bellichik and Saban for being a-holes and both are.
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Hopefully AB can solve whatever is going on with himself. If the man felt like he had enough then so be it! It's his career and his choice. Give his spot to someone who wants it.
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I don't think you can cure CTE.
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How many times have we seen drama queen WR's that are narcissistic and unstable. Tired of these kind of guys and their attention whoreness. This guy has pulled similar crap time and again. He is unstable.
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Ban his arse from ever playing again. Injury my ass. That is his demeanor. Thumbs up to the coaches. He is a freaking quitter.
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Good point.
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Kay Adams is a borderline 10
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Lol ur joking right
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What makes Kay so hot is that she is about the only female on the planet that I would want to sit down and talk sports with.
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She aight but she's a bit of a douche-bagguette.
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He gave up like an 80 million dollar contract bc he couldn’t wear his old Helmet
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