Free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown is seemingly beginning the healing process to his annihilated NFL career that abruptly ended over the weekend after a disastrous two-month long run of catastrophic PR headlines.
Brown posted to his official Instagram account an IG story that included a screenshot of a college class schedule for the Fall 2019-2020 semester that had the caption ‘Back to School’ with an @CMUAthletics tag at the bottom of the screen.
Brown’s picture included a workload of four online classes, including MGT 312 (Introduction to Management), ENG 303 (English - Technical Writing), REL 334 (Religion – Death and Dying), and SOC 323 (Sociology – Racism and Equality)
Brown attended Central Michigan University from 2007-2010 and played three years on the Chippewas before entering the 2010 NFL Draft as an underclassmen.
Brown averaged 101 catches and 1,066 yards a season for powerful Central Michigan teams that went a combined 28-13 while Brown was on the team. AB and CMU quarterback Dan LeFevour made up one of the best quarterback/wide receiver combinations in the nation, as LeFevour at one time held the NCAA record for career touchdowns, until he was passed by Case Keenum a season later.
It came just a day after the four-time All-Pro vowed to never play in the NFL again.