Antonio Brown Reflects On Patriots Tenure During Early-Morning Twitter Q&A


October 25, 2019

Antonio Brown was up early Friday morning and he was in the mood to answer some questions.

The former New England Patriots wide receiver held an informal Q&A on Friday on his Twitter account and he offered some insight into his brief stint with the Patriots. Things ended on poor terms with the wideout, and he unsurprisingly was more than willing to give his side of the story.

Brown was a Patriot for just 11 days and was cut not long after Sports Illustrated released threatening texts sent to a woman who accused Brown of sexual misconduct. That woman was one of a few people who accused Brown of nefarious behavior in a separate SI story that ran just days after he agreed to join New England.

There has been some dispute about how much money the Patriots actually owe Brown, and he said Friday morning he believes the unceremonious exit had more to do with money than anything he said or did.

It’s all love between Brown and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, though, as Brown called the touchdown he caught from Brady in his one Patriots game a “never forget moment.”

When asked to choose between Brady and another former teammate, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, Brown made his preference clear.

However, it sounds like he’d sure love to get that football back.

Brown also appeared to apologize for how he handled the end of his Patriots tenure when he tweeted — then deleted — a reference to Patriot owner Robert Kraft’s legal problems, so who really knows?

The tweetstorm seemed neverending, so stay tuned.

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