Antonio Brown issues an apology to Ben Roethlisberger | Get Up

By | February 14, 2020

Antonio Brown issues an apology to Ben Roethlisberger | Get Up
Antonio Brown issues an apology to Ben Roethlisberger | Get Up
Former Steelers receiver, Antonio Brown, continues to offer up. Apologies on this apology Tour on Wednesday. He posted a photo on Instagram of his former quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, and express regret with how things ended in Pittsburgh. Here’S what they be had to say, mostly you a little bit of me. Sorry, I sincerely man and it’s never been another connection like what we’ve done in the past decade. I appreciate you sincerely a B. I will try to avoid reading a bigger contract 30 out of me, but anyway enough of that.

So what do you take from a B’s latest apology? It should have ended it, and all it takes. Is that one I’m sorry text when you come scurrying NFL teams are a b put Up Stix. He needs to show more than just in sincere apologies to me. I want to see more, I want to see genuine practices of seeking guidance and help, but I do think an NFL team will be like well he’s shown his apologetic if he gets cleared of all the legal issues. I think we’ll see him back on the field.

Next fall at some point, I think the key would be things just quiet down in between the apologies right, because, like the he’ll do this and then something else will happen, then he’ll go off on someone on the same social media where he apologized and he still Under investigation by the NFL, I don’t think anyone’s going to sign them until they get a sense of what kind of suspension he’ll be facing IE how long they will or won’t have him if they do sign him. But I think of things: if things quiet down, he goes some stretch of time without some other Fiasco popping up, then that works obviously to his Advantage, because people do see him as a talented player has been productive very recently, I think there are teams out there That are not going to touch him, no matter what.

But I don’t think that where is 32 and if you get clarity from the leg on a suspension – and he goes a couple of months without you know being in the news for the wrong reasons. I think you’ll see teams start to look at that and go yeah. We can. We can tolerate this. The right management, the secure Cochin, bring them in to take me inside the locker room as a player. How would you receive Antonio Brown? What would be your first reaction personally, I would want anything to do with organization change it.

The key and the talent gives him a chance unless talented player will be forgotten by now, but this is a player was kept himself in the news, but already people were inclined to pay attention to because of his past accomplish is, is in this year’s draft. You wonder how that affects they being all this that I think some of these teams that need a weapon might say. Thank you for watching ESPN on YouTube for more Sports analysis, download the ESPN app and premium content subscribe to ESPN + right now.


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Antonio Brown issues an apology via social media to former Pittsburgh Steelers teammate Ben Roethlisberger, saying “I never realized how good I had it.”
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