Antonio Brown sends out a new apology for his actions
Antonio Brown has issued his latest apology for a string of actions that have resulted in him being out of an NFL job this year, taking to Instagram to say he is “deeply sorry” to anyone he has offended.
Of course, whether or not the wide receiver is being sincere is anyone’s guess, but this is certainly a step in the right direction to potentially landing a job with another team.
Whether or not that happens this season remains to be seen, but there seems to be a good chance that someone will give Brown an opportunity this offseason.
After all, even with all of his off-the-field issues, Brown remains one of the league’s best wide outs and can certainly help a team with his play on the field.
Brown was supposed to play the 2019 campaign with he Oakland Raiders, but a collection of incidents in training camp ultimately led to Brown requesting his release just ahead of the start of the regular season.
The 31-year-old then signed with the New England Patriots, but the Patriots acquired Brown without knowing that he had been hit with rape accusations.
Brown then sent threatening texts to a separate woman who accused the seven-time Pro Bowler of sexual misconduct, which resulted in New England releasing him.
Brown has been out of a job ever since and has not exactly done a lot whole lot to win people over during his time away from the game, but over the last several weeks, Brown has shown some positive signs.