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Antonio Brown is sharing his regret of staying in football a little too much

Antonio Brown had a Twitter incident revealing the biggest regret of his NFL career Thursday.

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Many scandals have dogged Antonio Brown throughout his NFL career.

There was the time in January when he was released from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after an on-field dispute led to him walking off the field. For example, in 2021 he was suspended for three games by the NFL because he had lied about being up-to-date on his vaccinations.

However, the 34-year-old posted a meme implying that neither event counts as his “biggest regret.”

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Brown tweeted a meme on Thursday that read, “My biggest regret in my career is not calling my GM a (expletive),” referencing an incident in which he allegedly swore at his general manager. Nothing like taking off my shirt and doing a victory lap around the Jets’ stadium in the middle of the game while throwing up the dueces, that’s for sure.

No. Just like many of his antics, his biggest regret makes no sense “The fact that I will never witness an Antonio Brown game in person is my greatest disappointment. Sure, I can catch the games on replay, but I have no idea what you guys went through. Such as attending a concert by the Beatles or Jesus at Red Rocks.”

“Sincerely AB,” Brown’s signature read, concluded the statement. In excess of 51,000 people liked his post.

This article was published in the USA TODAY: NFL player Antonio Brown reposts a meme about his supposed “biggest regret.”