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Antonio Brown Hits Up Nets Game With Fabolous, Drops New Music After Bizarre Exit During Buccaneers’ Sunday Game

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NFL star Antonio Brown made his way to the Brooklyn Nets game after his bizarre exit from Sunday’s game where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were facing off against the New York Jets.

Watch AB hang out with rapper Fabolous and more inside…

When Antonio Brown made his bizarre exit from Sunday’s game, everyone was shocked. He seemingly quit in the middle of the game, sending social media in a frenzy.

During the third quarter of Sunday’s game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New York Jets, AB decided he was done. He took off helmet, shoulder pads and undergarments and then ran off the field…shirtless. In the end zone, he waved at fans as he made he his exit. Check it below:

It’s unclear what happened, but something went down between Antonio, head coach Bruce Arians and assistant coaches. Right after the game, Coach Arians said AB was “no longer a Bus” during his post-game conference. "That's the end of the story,” he said.

During a conversation with Jay Glazer of “FOX NFL Sunay,” Coach Arians said he told AB to get back into the game on two separate occasions, but AB refused. Since AB declined to play, Coach Arians told him to leave. By the way, the Bucs beat the Jets, 28-24.

According to a report, AB, 33, allegedly didn’t want to go back in the game due to a previous injury. Over the last several weeks, he had been limited in practice due to an ankle injury.

”What he told the staff, from what I understand, is that he was not going into the game because, in his mind, he did not feel he was healthy," NFL Ian Rapoport said. "The response then from the offensive coaches and from Bruce Arians was, 'If you are not gonna go into the game when we tell you to go into the game, then you cannot be here.' At that point, they threw him off the sidelines and then cut him from the team." 

Once AB made his exit through the tunnel of MetLife Stadium, he tried to get a ride from security, but was unsuccessful. According to CBS, a well-known chauffeur picked him up from the stadium and he dipped. He did not fly back with the team.

With all the attention, AB decided to release promo for his music on his social media accounts:

Oh. 

Last night…

The former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver made his way to the Barclays Center to watch the Brooklyn Nets and the Memphis Grizzlies battle it out on the court. He sat curtsied with a friend.

Not only that, he linked up with rapper Fabolous courtside: 

Many fans have reacted to AB’s actions with many believing he is showing signs of CTE. AB’s (former?) teammate/quarterback Tom Brady called it a “difficult situation” and said he hopes AB gets the help “that he really needs."

”We all love him," Brady added. "We care about him deeply. We want to see him be at his best. Unfortunately, it won't be with our team, but we have a lot of frienships that will last. ... I think everyone should be very compassionate and empathetic toward some very difficult things that are happening.”

As of Monday night, AB is still officially on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ roster despite what Coach Arians said about him no longer being a Buc.

According to ESPN, the Buccaneers were talking with the NFL about how to move forward with AB’s situation. The wide receiver is sure to face some kind of discipline from the NFL due to the outburst and leaving the stadium in the middle of the game.

Time will tell…

The Bucs decided to bring AB back to the field ahead of the 2020 season after he said he was DONE with the NFL in 2019. Bringing him back was a controversial move since he had been accused of rape, sexual assault and assaulting a delivery truck driver. Not only that, there was domestic violence drama between himself and his kids' mother, Chelsie Kyriss, that played out online at the beginning of 2020. He missed the first eight games of the 2020 season for his off-field conduct.

Photo: Andrew Mills/NJ Advance Media via AP

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