Antonio Brown’s emotions towards Tom Brady proceed to go from one excessive to the opposite, however his dislike for Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians stays the identical.
Three weeks after posting a hype video to celebrate his former teammate’s retirement, Brown went again to tearing Brady whereas referencing the controversial ending to his time in Tampa Bay this season.
In an Instagram Stories post on Monday, the eccentric receiver accused the Buccaneers of attempting “to harm me deliberately” and claiming “they despatched me on the market figuring out I used to be nonetheless damage,” he wrote on prime of a photograph of an X-ray of his ankle. He went on to jot down that he was “lied” to by Brady going into the sport.
“Tom mentioned he would throw it if I got here to play damage, I got here,” Brown mentioned of the staff’s Week 17 win over the Jets. “He didn’t throw it, think about being damage, having to play via this and being lied [to].”
The 33-year-old was referencing his remaining sport with the Buccaneers. It ended with him stripping off his jersey and pads and running off the field after refusing to return into the sport when requested by Arians. Brown maintains his ankle was too injured to maintain taking part in at MetLife Stadium that day. He was lower by Tampa Bay shortly after.
“Coach mentioned if I couldn’t run on this get the f–okay out of right here,” Brown wrote. “F–okay all you MF”
Brown flipped-flopped on his emotions towards Brady as soon as already. Shortly after his Bucs exit he mentioned the longer term Corridor of Famer, who was instrumental in bringing him to Tampa Bay, was solely his good friend because “I’m good at football.” Two weeks later he backtracked on these feedback, calling Brady “my man” and to not get his earlier phrases twisted.