Antonio Brown has gone from the Buc’s to rap. The embattled wide receiver released a new rap song on his Instagram soon after he ripped off his pads and jersey and left the Tampa Bay Buccaneers while they were playing the New York Jets on Sunday.
Around the time the Bucs made it clear they’re done with A.B., he released the song titled “Pit Not the Palace” on all major streaming platforms.
Meanwhile, the Buccaneers are moving on from wide receiver Antonio Brown. Head coach Bruce Arians said yesterday it was obvious what happened on the sidelines on Sunday and that he wishes Brown well.
Brown was upset on the sideline during Sunday’s game against the New York Jets and stripped off his uniform before running down the field waving to the crowd bare-chested in the end zone.
He eventually exited the field after disrupting the action. Arians said Brown never told him he was injured after he scored a touchdown. He said they simply had a “conversation about him going back into the game and he left the field.”
Video of Antonio Brown leaving the field after taking off his jersey and shirt and throw it into the stands. pic.twitter.com/1hwNYei5Fq
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The Tampa Bay Head Coach added there has been no contact from Brown or his agent after he left during the middle of the game.
Arians added he has no regrets when asked about the experience with the troubled wide out.
It is not clear if Brown will be suspended rather than cut. If he is suspended, then he cannot go play on another team against the Buc’s. If he is suspended he cannot.
You might recall he was suspended for producing a fake COVID vaccine card.
Antonio Brown is courtside at the Nets game. pic.twitter.com/YIM1KkOsOo
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Brown’s had an on-and-off second career as a rapper for some time and has appeared in Drake music videos and alongside Rick Ross for his song “Whole Lotta Money.”