Antonio Brown, the American footballer of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, caused another scandal in the NFL and was later expelled from the team by his coach.

After the 28:24 win at the New York Jets, coach Bruce Arians said, “He’s not a buck anymore.” I don’t want to say more about Coach Brown. The 69-year-old Arians said he only wants to talk about players who are still part of his team.

Brown, 33, was so upset in the third quarter of the game against the New York Jets that he took off his jersey and left the field. Coach Arians was appointed to replace Brown. His teammate Mike Evans tried to stop him but to no avail. Brown threw his shirt and gloves at the fans on the stand. Without wearing a shirt, he walked into the dressing room at Medlife Stadium.

“It’s a tough situation,” Buchanan’s superstar Tom Brady said. “Everyone should help him. We all love him. He is very important to us,” said the 44-year-old quarterback. “We want to see him in his best form, but unfortunately it’s not on our team anymore.”

You have a lot of friendships that will last, Brady said. He thinks the most important thing in football is relationships with friends and your teammates. “You’re going beyond the game. We all need to be compassionate and sympathetic now.”

Professional footballer Brown has caused a great deal of controversy in the past. He switched to Bucks at the start of last season, the first eight weeks he was banned from the league for violating the Code of Conduct, and then won the Super Bowl with his team. Most recently, Brown was given a three-game suspension from the league for a fake vaccine ID.

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