NFL: Antonio Brown attackiert Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Antonio Brown clearly criticized the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a detailed statement following his scandal exit last Sunday. According to the wide receiver, the team didn’t take an injury seriously and wanted to force him to play despite his complaints. The team has now responded.

On Thursday night, 33-year-old Brown called for the first time since his extraordinary appearance in the game once morest the New York Jets to speak. Brown published a detailed memo.

In it he stated that he was suffering from an ankle injury that would result in an operation. An examination on Monday showed broken bones and other damage to his ankle, Brown said. However, the Bucs did not take his complaints seriously.

“I took a seat on the sidelines and my coach came up to me and said, ‘What’s wrong with you? What’s wrong with you?’ yelled. But he knew. We had before [├╝ber die Verletzung] spoke, “said Brown.” He then instructed me to go back to the field. I said, ‘Coach, I can’t.’ He didn’t call doctors, instead he shouted: ‘That’s it!’ “

“I know we were behind once morest the Jets, we were all frustrated. But I mightn’t play football with that ankle,” the receiver explained. “I think regarding my own reaction on the field, but there was a trigger for it. The trigger was when I was told not to feel pain.”


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