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Saturday, April 4, 2020

Antonio Brown posts wild video of confrontation with police in front of children

Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown has expressed regret for his off-field actions and said he is hoping for another chance in the NFL, but he may not get it after he took to social media to proudly share another altercation he had with police.

On Monday morning, Brown broadcasted himself on Instagram live going ballistic on several police officers after he claims the mother of his children tried to steal his Bentley. Beware that the video contains a lot of inappropriate language.

Brown berated officers and called them a variety of names, at one point referring to them as “crackers.” He also shouted at one officer and said “look at the little cop, you wish you could take me you b—- a—.” Brown then showed himself talking to his young son and telling the boy to “go with the b—- a– police.” The free agent receiver later sent a couple of tweets about the incident.

While the details surrounding the situation are unclear, the way Brown spoke and behaved in front of his young children is deplorable. Even if he avoids legal trouble stemming from the incident, that may end up being the last strike for him with many — if not all — NFL teams.

This is not the first time Brown has taken to social media venting about alleged issues with a woman and his car. He can’t seem to keep his personal issues off Twitter and Instagram, and there’s no reason for NFL teams to think he is going to change.

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