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Antonio Brown Could Have Been a First Ballot Hall of Famer

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On Tuesday's 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington react to Antonio Brown not wanting to play in 2022 and hinting that his playing career is over. They believe his stats and his greatness on the field were good enough to make him a first ballot Hall of Fame inductee, but unfortunately his off the field behavior will forever taint his legacy.

Brady Quinn: "He feels the need to say, 'Oh, I'm the one calling it quits.' No, man. Maybe someone will give you a call this season and all that, but people are so scared after what he did in New York, that he's gonna do the same thing to them.'"
Jonas Knox: "If he went somewhere and just played nice for a year or two, he's a Hall of Famer but I just don't think it's happening."
LaVar Arrington: "He'd be a first ballot Hall of Famer."
Jonas Knox: "Yes."
LaVar Arrington: "There are first ballot Hall of Famers that have way lesser of a resume than Antonio Brown. Unfortunately, he takes himself out of the conversation of being admired and revered by certain decision makers, voters and the media. He's just been a total buzzkill. And, you know, I don't know what for..."