they will regret the day they dropped antonio brown

ya know,
i’ll admit that i was impressed with ex-nfl baller wolf,
antonio brown,
in the beginning.

i liked the way his video launches from the raiders to the pats.
since then…

it’s been a little off.
he still uses his social media to speak,
which i appreciate.
well antonio isn’t going out without a fight,
hence him using ^that muhammad ali reference on his ig.
he’s about to hit the nfl where it hurts via “espn“…

Antonio Brown’s battles will shift from social media to the legal variety.

Brown is the first player in NFL history poised to file nine grievances and appeals during the same time period, league sources told ESPN.

Brown’s nine appeals and grievances will be a legal battle to try to recoup as much of the $61-plus million that he believes is owed to him.

The grievances and appeals involve the following issues and sums of money:

• Fine appeals with the Oakland Raiders: $215,000

• Salary guarantees with Oakland: $29 million

• Signing bonus with Raiders: $1 million

• Oakland’s unpaid Week 1 salary: $860,000

• New England Patriots’ salary guarantee: $1 million

• Patriots signing bonus: $9 million

• Patriots’ unpaid Week 3 salary: $64,000

• Patriots’ option year in 2020: $20 million

As if that wasn’t enough, if the NFL disciplines Brown and suspends him — which is well within the realm of possibility — Brown could appeal that as well, which would make him the first player in NFL history to have nine different appeals generated from one season.

you gotta give it to him.

The muthafucka is precise

i guess you can’t fault him for fighting for what’s his.
let’s say he gets that money…

What’s next?

sports analyst?
his own podcast?
he buys a sports team?
onlyfans?

he lives a very extravagant lifestyle with 3 little ones.
i’m interested to see what happens if he gets that money.
if he doesn’t tho…
well…
cue that first gif i used:

it’s gonna be a hollllllle lotta ^that.

article cc: espn

Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

6 thoughts on “they will regret the day they dropped antonio brown

  1. He’s a damn good football player, a little off in the head tho! He could go to another league and play. Everyone wants to make it to the NFL, but he’s gotta make a living somehow

  2. The more he threatens one of the biggest and richest institutions on the planet, the more I roll my eyes.

    He’s Black. He needs to take his $, invest and maybe start his own sports league or do sports commentary.

        1. ^often times,
          i wonder what comes with these easy apologies.

          you know some sexual favors or something vile has to come with it.
          like,
          you embarrassed us so now we are gonna embarrass your beliefs.

  3. Welp good luck to him! Rich people problems. He’ll be all alone in this fight too now that Jay-Z has come out in support of the NFL & you know black people love to jump on a bandwagon!

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