If this truly is the end of Antonio Brown’s NFL career, it will surely make for an incredible sports documentary 10 years from now, as Brown continues to be the laughing stock of professional sports at the moment.
Brown spent the weekend firing back at Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield on Twitter. Because, ya know, of course he did.
Mayfield posted on his official Instagram page on Friday a picture of himself at a press conference while in college at Oklahoma with a clichéd caption of "Just some undersized walk On... Keep that same energy."
An antagonistic user then commented on Mayfield's post saying "Win football games. That speaks louder than these AB’ish style posts."
That's when Mayfield uncorked one of his coveted Baker Bombs, firing back at a defenseless Brown and replying "You’re right… Let me call out my teammates and throw a fit about my helmet, then go freeze my feet off.”
On Saturday morning, Brown had obviously been shown the screenshot by someone and social media and attempted to clap back.
Brown re-quoted an NFL account with the picture of Mayfield’s message about Brown and responded [Brown apparently doesn’t ever use commas] “Sorry a** Chico keep rolling right you ain’t done nothing in this league the internet only place u would ever talk too or about me. You know u get beat quick slice u up some humble pie.”
Brown would later delete the tweet, and then re-quote another response that he felt was a little more ‘appropriate, tweeting “Should of never been drafted before Lamar Jackson what a big scam” on a tweet from a Twitter user that made fun of Mayfield infamously being tackled by a police officer while at Oklahoma in a police surveillance video that memorably went viral.
this came just a day after Brown and NFL veteran safety Eric Weddle came to blows on Twitter, with the two Pro Bowlers trading bizarre barbs on Twitter, with Brown even uploading a picture of him stiff arming Weddle down to the ground.