NFL fans react to Antonio Brown’s Steelers admission

Freelance agent Antonio Brown is in the news again, but this time for no bad reason. The 33-year-old took to Twitter to express his desire to retire as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Just want to retire a person of steel

Drawn by the organization, Brown became one of the best in the league during his time there before leaving the franchise. He later played for the Los Angeles Raiders, New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers before being released after his infamous opening game against the New York Jets.

Now wanting to return to the team that created him, Brown made a public plea and it went unnoticed by the fans.

One user named Garrett said that Brown waited until Ben Roethlisberger retired before announcing he wanted to return and called it an honorable move:

@ AB84 Did you wait until Ben hung up? Venerable move AB

One user said that the receiver burned all his bridges with the franchise:

@ AB84 Pittsburgh is the city of bridges and you burned it all

One fan said that the Steelers return ended a long time ago for the star:

@ AB84 Sorry about your bad luck. I’m pretty sure that ship sailed a long time ago. You probably shouldn’t throw your future HOF QB on the bus.

A fan named Blake said that perhaps the 33-year-old should have handled his business better while on the team:

@ AB84 @jordandelugo Maybe you should handle your business better while you’re there.

A fan named Tommy says the 33-year-old is very fond of a soccer player:

A user named Derrick said that there will be no returns and that the recipient’s account has definitely been hacked:

@ AB84 Lmao a yo. Not no. His account must have been hacked.

A Steelers fan named Jessie said she wants Brown back to Pittsburgh:

@ AB84 I won’t bother about this one bit

One fan asked the receiver what he would do if Kenny Pickett hadn’t thrown the ball for him, citing the 33-year-old’s temper when untargeted:

@ AB84 What do you do when Kenny Pickett doesn’t throw the ball for you? Drag a Ricky Bobby again??

Another fan says it’s all because of him because he’s a Steelers legend:

@ AB84 I am all for it. Legend of Steelworker

One fan says that the closest recipient will get is a janitor for the franchise and then retiring:

@ AB84 @PandSsteelers You can get a job as a janitor for the Steelers and retire. That’s the closest you’ll ever get.

Could Antonio Brown return to the Pittsburgh Steelers?

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It is highly unlikely that the 33-year-old wants to retire as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, given how his time with the organization ended. An incident occurred in which he allegedly threw a ball at Ben Roethlisberger and was displeased when Juju Smith-Schuster was named the 2018 team MVP.

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He was later found guilty of reckless driving and later traded to the Raiders.

The way he leaves will leave a sour taste in his mouth and it is unknown if Mike Tomlin wants to continue with his off-field antics again.

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We’ve seen what he can do when things don’t go his way and hardly any team can take the 33-year-old’s chance, let alone a team he’s played for. burning times.

To say Brown has been the Steelers’ weapon for many years is an understatement. He is one of the top threats in the NFL. One of the “three words” of Ben Roethlisberger, LeVeon Bell and Antonion Brown, Pittsburgh boasts one of the best offenses in the league. If you look at the highlights of his time in “Steel City”, it’s possible to forget how he left, and the prodigal son will return.

The recipient has now announced that he wants to return to Pittsburgh, and the ball is in their field. We’ll have to wait and see what happens next.


Q. Will Antonion Brown return to the Steelers?

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