Antonio Brown says he’s retiring from NFL again


Old wide star receiver Antonio Brown posted a series of tweets on Monday to announce that he is withdrawing from the NFL again.

“Is it time to leave, I did everything in the game?” !! “Tweeted Brown.

“At this stage the risk is greater than the reward thank you to all who have been part of this trip I sincerely thank you for everything! life goes on 84!

“I came, I saw that I conquered the mission by completing Calling God. ”

Brown, 32, also said he was retiring in September 2019 but worked with other NFL players in the months that followed. For all intents and purposes, it seemed to be aimed at getting another contract with the NFL.

Recently, the former Pro Bowler seven times reportedly attracted the interest of the Baltimore Ravens and the Seattle Seahawks as potential contenders interested in his services.

Brown’s original retirement tweet came just days after the Patriots released him after his only appearance during the 2019 season in New England’s Week 2 game with the Miami Dolphins. Prior to signing with the Pats, Brown was traded from the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Oakland Raiders. Oakland cut Brown just before the start of the 2019 regular season after asking for his release on social media.

A former sixth-round pick (195th overall), Brown has spent 130 of his 131 career NFL games with the Steelers. Brown had 11,263 yards and 75 touchdowns on 841 receptions during his career.


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