Antonio Brown targeted Tom Brady & trainer Alex Guerrero in a series of tweets Wednesday. Check Antonio Brown : Tom Brady | Twitter | Cowboys

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Antonio Tavaris Brown Sr. (born July 10, 1988) is an American football wide receiver who is currently a free agent.

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Personal information
Born: July 10, 1988 (age 34)
Miami, Florida
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight: 185 lb (84 kg)
Career information
   High school:     Miami Norland
(Miami Gardens, Florida)
College: Central Michigan (2007–2009)
Position: Wide receiver
NFL Draft: 2010 / Round: 6 / Pick: 195

Raised in Liberty City, Miami, Brown attended Miami Norland High School.

He played college football at Central Michigan University, where he earned All-American honors in 2008 and 2009 as a punt returner.

A sixth-round pick in the 2010 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Brown amassed more receptions than any other player in the league from his rookie season in 2010 through 2018.

Tom Brady 

Months after he ended his Tampa Bay Buccaneers tenure in the middle of a game, Antonio Brown is still airing grievances against his former quarterback and his personal trainer.

Brown, whose sideline tirade during the Bucs’ road game against the New York Jets last season included removing most of his uniform and equipment, throwing some of it into the stands, and then marching across the field in the middle of a play on his way out of the building, went after Tom Brady and TB12 trainer Alex Guerrero on Twitter on Wednesday morning.

Antonio Brown : Tom Brady | Twitter | Cowboys

This isn’t the first time Brown has gone after both Brady and Guererro, as both were targets of his frustration after he was quickly released by the Bucs following his mid-game departure last season.

Brady was involved in a recent tampering case with the Miami Dolphins, who evidently had discussions with him during the 2021 season about potentially becoming part-owner of the franchise.

The Dolphins received hefty penalties from the NFL for tampering with Brady, as well as former New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton while both were under contract with other teams.


Antonio Brown takes aim at Bucs’ Tom Brady, trainer Alex Guerrero in latest Twitter rant.

Antonio Brown fired off a series of tweets directed at former teammate Tom Brady and his trainer Alex Guerrero Wednesday, seemingly taking issue with the veteran quarterback’s extended absence from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

Brown, an NFL free agent since walking off the field mid-game against the New York Jets last season, tweeted a cryptic message about Brady’s excused absence from the team. 

Antonio Brown : Tom Brady | Twitter | Cowboys

Brady will sit out until after the Bucs’ second preseason game against the Tennessee Titans Aug. 20. 

Bucs head coach Todd Bowles explained last week that Brady’s absence was previously agreed upon so that Brady could take time ​​to “deal with some personal things.” 

It’s unclear what the “difference” Brown was pointing to. But, after getting released by the Bucs following his Week 16 meltdown, Brown claimed former coach Bruce Arians made him play with an injured ankle and that Brady encouraged him to do the same, saying he would throw him the ball if he played.

Antonio Brown Cowboys 

Antonio Brown is one of the most interesting men to ever play in the NFL. He has always done things his own way, even if that has gotten him into some trouble.

Brown could have been one of the best wide receivers ever had he kept up his ways in Pittsburgh, but now, he has a Super Bowl to his name, and he is also working with the likes of Kanye West over at Donda Sports.

While Brown has stated that he is done with the NFL, there have been times when he has contradicted this statement.

After all, playing NFL football can be filled with glorious moments, and we’re sure Brown is already missing that, even if the season hasn’t started yet.

In fact, TMZ Sports recently caught up with Brown, where they were talking football with the former star. A couple of Dallas Cowboys wide receivers are already out with injuries, which means they have some gaps to fill. Brown is clearly intrigued by this as he came out and bluntly said “Tell Jerry Jones to call me!”

By Rishabh

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