Antonio Brown says taking off his shirt his behavior “was probably unprofessional”

Ten days ago, Antonio Brown made his dramatic exit in the third quarter of the Buccaneers’ game against the Jets, sending social media and the football world into a frenzy over his erratic behavior.

Since leaving MetLife Stadium and being released from the Buccaneers organization, the former Tampa Bay wide receiver and seven-time Pro Bowler has not slowed down. Brown posted music and social media with men’s brand FashionNova shortly after its release from the game.

As reports surfaced as to why Brown left the game and his health regarding his ankle – which he allegedly had surgery for on Jan. 18 – he made a trip to Los Angeles on Monday after spending a week in New York. York. When he landed in LA, according to a video from TMZ Sports, Brown answered a question about whether he was removing his shirt and whether his behavior was necessary.

Brown’s response: “It probably wasn’t necessary or professional,” he said in the video.

Brown left his epaulettes on the sidelines, took off his shirt and faced the crowds in New York City while waving a peace sign before heading to the locker room.

It is not known whether Brown placed much weight on his answer to the question put to him. However, he displayed the demeanor while feeling compelled to do so at the time.

Who knows, there might be more to what Brown wants to say in the future.

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Elizabeth J. Harless