Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers large receiver Antonio Brown has ventured into every other occupation undertaking outdoor of soccer. Since NFL groups appear to be executed with Brown, he attempted his hand at NFL “reporting” Wednesday morning on Twitter. And for his efforts, Brown used to be referred to as out by means of ProFootballTalk. Brown clapped at former Bucs head trainer Bruce Arians after he used to be reportedly reprimanded for his habits at the sideline throughout Sunday’s win over the Saints.
For sure Brown concept it’d be humorous to poke amusing at his former trainer however couldn’t even get that proper. ProFootballTalk’s social media wasn’t having it and referred to as out AB for now not linking to the tale he’d referenced, which used to be theirs.
Pettiness like this and Brown’s total perspective are what has him out of soccer presently. Regardless of which model of the tale you imagine from AB’s strolling out on Tampa Bay mid-game, the truth is it’s over, and everybody has moved on. Adequate, everybody however Brown. That’s to not say Arians didn’t earn a excellent heckling the way in which he carried on Sunday, however Brown didn’t wish to be the only to mention it.
AB actually hand over on his workforce within the center of a sport. In any game, that’s probably the most vital offenses on the subject of the on-field/courtroom product. Quitting mid-game, starting up the workforce’s jersey, and strolling out on everyone seems to be a terrible glance. In some soccer locker rooms, that’s sufficient to warrant an arse kicking. I’m now not advocating that, simply declaring details.
Arians shouldn’t go unscathed in this, either. His antics and part played in the brawl that ensued after his back and forth with Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore shouldn’t go unmentioned. Footage that has surfaced looks like Arians may have instructed Mike Evans to get back out there and protect his quarterback. Arians knows the history between Evans and Lattimore as well as anyone. For his retaliation, Evans was suspended one game and Arians got a warning from the league.
Why the hell was Arians on the sideline anyway? He resigned as head coach to take a front office position. It seems like this should be a bigger deal and warrant more than a warning. Arians is on the sideline doing his best 1990s Jerry Jones impression while allegedly causing a team brawl. Suspend his butt for a game and send a message.
On top of that, the optics of Arians walking up and down the sideline don’t look good. He supposedly wanted to give Todd Bowles another chance to be an NFL head coach, then it only took two weeks for Arians to come down and show him up by acting like a lunatic. If you want to coach, then coach, but once you take a front office gig, let the new coach run his team. The 70-year-old former head coach says all the right things, but Sunday’s action didn’t match his sentiment.
As for Brown, it’s unclear whether he’ll get another shot within the NFL at the moment. He no doubt doesn’t deserve one after more than one off-the-field incidents, together with allegations of sexual attack, then all his football-related missteps. Rap may well be the most productive outlet for AB, or he may just proceed running on his reporter talents. Both trail is extra believable than him touchdown on an NFL squad anytime quickly.