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Sport Bryant calls Brown out on social media: 'You be trippin'

03:40  15 december  2019
03:40  15 december  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

Patriots still open to Brown reunion, but no timetable for NFL's decision

  Patriots still open to Brown reunion, but no timetable for NFL's decision Owner Robert Kraft is ultimately the deciding factor, but players and coaches want Brown backOwner Robert Kraft, who released Brown after playing one game with the team, is the deciding factor, and has not shown an inclination to give the receiver another shot after his repeated missteps on social media in the aftermath of his release by the Patriots months ago. However, if Kraft were to reconsider, sources said Brown's teammates and coaches would support bringing him back, with Brown's chemistry with Tom Brady obvious from his initial practice with the team and Brown getting along well with all parties during his brief stint there.

[Chorus] I'm done trippin ', I'm trip- trippin ' I've been sippin', that's how I control This feelin', you keep givin' You keep on hittin' it ooh, oh Maybe it's your love, it's too good to be true Baby boy, your love, got me trippin ' on you You know your love is big.

trippin . unknown. When someone is overreacting or getting all bent out of shape over something small. Damn Bitch!? Why yo momma all " trippin ".. cuz i was all up in yo sister? 2. My mom found out I wasnt a virgin anymore and was crying like crazy. I mean damn, Im 45 years old, shes trippin .

NFL free agent receiver Antonio Brown was called out on social media by none other than fellow free agent receiver Dez Bryant.

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Bryant, responding go a Brown tweet in which he ranted about people trying to tell him what to do, tweeted out that he respects Brown enough to tell him “you be trippin at times” while encouraging him to “take this break and reflect and enjoy life.”

Brown’s social media accounts have been a wild ride lately.

Adding to the drama, he went off on cops at his house in a wild Instagram Story post on Saturday.

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Man whom Kansas City police fired at charged in drunken pursuit .
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Kansas City police officers were forced to fire their weapons at a vehicle that was charging towards their direction on Monday evening. William L. Brown, 35, was arrested and charged with DWI, driving while revoked, possession of a controlled substance and resisting arrest. Police say a vehicle drove towards officers about 11:30 p.m. Monday in the 7000 block of Winner Road, forcing officers to discharge their firearms. The incident happened after police noticed the vehicle weaving in and out of traffic as it was heading westbound on Independence and Prospect avenues. A vehicle pursuit began when Brown refused to stop.

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