Antonio Brown apologizes to Robert Kraft, Patriots organization in Instagram post
The wide receiver posted a picture of himself and Tom Brady celebrating his only touchdown catch with the team along with the apology.On Tuesday morning Brown went to Instagram to apologize to Robert Kraft and the Patriots organization for his short-lived tenure in New England.
The New England Patriots offense is struggling heavily, that much is clear. Brown sent out a tweet with a video of his highlights from New England’s Week 2 win over Miami, his only game of the season, with an underscore of Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” and a Christmas tree emoji.
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Antonio Brown is watching the same thing as the rest of us.
The New England Patriots offense has a problem — most notably the passing game.
The out-of-work wide receiver who played one game this season with the Patriotssent out a Christmas-themed tweet in the middle of the Houston Texans’ 28-22 win over New England.
The message wasn’t subtle. He’s the ideal Christmas present for Brady and the Patriots. And while they’re at it, go get Rob Gronkowski too.
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Antonio Brown trolls Tom Brady via Instagram after watching Super Bowl from afar. That feeling apparently bleeds into NFL players as well, as Pittsburgh Steelers star Antonio Brown took time from his day on Monday to offer up some receiving lessons to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady after his
The tweet features a video of himself catching a touchdown pass from Brady before fading into a clip of Gronkowski doing the same. It comes complete with a soundtrack of Mariah Carey’s holiday classic “All I want for Christmas is you” with the whole thing sitting under an icon of a Christmas tree.
As in Brown and Gronkowski are gifts under a tree. For Brady.
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At one point this season, Brady appeared to have a bevy of riches as receiving options, with Brown, Josh Gordon, Demaryius Thomas and rookie N’Keal Harry alongside trusted Patriots veteran Julian Edelman in the New England receiving corps.
Now, only Harry remains standing next to Edelman, and the Patriots offense is lacking in reliable downfield threats.
Would the Patriots really take Antonio Brown back?
Would the Patriots really take Antonio Brown back?Perhaps it wasn’t all that random. Former Patriots tight end Christian Fauria, who co-hosts a show on WEEI in Boston, said the Patriots have "kicked the tires" on Brown.
Pittsburgh Steelers star Antonio Brown took time from his day on Monday to offer up some receiving lessons to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady after his catch attempt on a trick play came up short on Sunday.
“Former Patriots receiver Antonio Brown continues to train in hopes of a return this season, while the NFL determines any There is also nothing precluding an NFL team from signing Brown as a free agent. Brady was a big proponent of Brown ’s ability to lift the offense — New England continues to
Thanks to a pair of late drives, Brady padded his stats to the tune of 326 yards, three touchdowns and 1 interception against the Texans. But he completed just 51.1 percent of his attempts, the fourth time in the last five games he’s completed less than 60 percent of his passes.
Whether it’s the receiving corps, his 42 years of age, or both, something’s not clicking with the New England offense.
Brown, of course, sees himself as the cure. An All-Pro talent, he very well could be.
But thanks to a litany of off-field issues, he won’t get the chance to prove it.
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