Soccer star Antonio Brown made his first public statement after his uncontrolled passing in the NFL game for the Tampa Bay Pirates at the New York Jets (28:24). The wide receiver announced in a statement via his attorney on Wednesday that he refused to play injured and was subsequently suspended from the defending Super Bowl champions via Boss coach Bruce Aryan.
“The coach told me that if I wasn’t injured, this would be the place for me,” Brown explained. The 33-year-old confirmed that he had an ankle injury. According to him, MRI scans were supposed to reveal torn ligaments and bone fragments in the joint. The pain was excruciating,” Brown said.
The Tampa Bays Arianes coach disagreed with this information. Brown left the match against New York in the third quarter angrily and took off his shirt. The pirates prevailed at the end of 28:24. Brown has recently caused negative news headlines, including a three-match ban for a fake coronavirus vaccination card. Bucs star Tom Brady has always been an advocate for the recipients of his important passport.