The Oakland Raiders finally cut ties with wide receiver Antonio Brown after a short stint in which he caused more controversy than highlights on the field. The NFL landscape hasn’t remained mute since the release.

One that shared their words on the news is Tony Dungy, a Hall of Fame head coach and two-time Super Bowl winner. He sent the disgruntled wide receiver a message on Twitter.

“I feel sorry for Antonio Brown. He’s been blessed with amazing talent but he’s lost track of the fact that football is a team game. So is life. He thinks he’s the victim but he’s missing out on the real joy that comes from being part of a team. He’ll be the big loser in the end!”

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Nobody quite knows what is going through Brown’s head, but his stock has taken a drastic hit over the course of about six weeks.

Between the start of training camp and his Saturday release, Brown threatened to retire over a helmet, filed two NFL grievances, froze his feet, missed practice, was fined, fought with general manager Mike Mayock, posted a video of a private conversation with head coach Jon Gruden, asked for his release, and got it.

Is Brown playing the victim card? Dungy seems to think so, and it’s costing him. Rather than play Week 1 as he was initially stated to do, Brown will be looking for his next NFL team to play with. Despite being in a historically great prime, the wide receiver may have trouble finding his next home considering the cause for release from Oakland.