The last 72 hours in the life of Antonio Brown have been bizarre, and more than anything else, troubling. Naturally, both the beginning and the (possible) end of the outburst occurred in the great state of New York.

(Yes, and New Jersey, too.)

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Brown Exited the Buccaneers-Jets Game in a Bizarre Way

The video that took the football world by storm on Sunday featured Brown, currently a wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, in the middle of what appeared to be a tirade on the Bucs' sideline.


For those watching at home, yes, AB took off his jersey, pads and undershirt, and proceeded to leave the game, and MetLife Stadium as a whole. Here's another view...


Then, largely, nothing but silence. The Buccaneers had a great deal to say, with Tom Brady expressing his concern for Brown's safety, and head coach Bruce Arians stating that Brown was "no longer" a member of the team. To this point, however, Brown has not yet been released by the team.


Brown Was Spotted at a Brooklyn Nets Game Monday

There was a great deal of silence, before we finally got an update. Brown was then spotted at the Brooklyn Nets' game at Barclays Center on Monday.

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Until this point, we hadn't heard but a peep about the wide receiver. From what we could discern, he appeared to be in good spirits.

All of that said, however, Brown's behavior over the weekend was very concerning. His erratic exit put his career, and his team's season, in jeopardy, and a number of sports fans have voiced their concerns for his safety.

Hopefully, help is on the way for the human being, not the football player, Antonio Brown.

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