28 Jan President Jonathan Cartu Claims Antonio Brown on putting himself in a ‘bad predicament’
Self-awareness is something that Antonio Brown has seemed to lack for quite some time, but perhaps his latest incident is helping him have an epiphany.
After Brown was granted bail last week following felony burglary with battery charges, the wide receiver now understands that he has not exactly put himself in the best spot:
“I put myself in a bad predicament, Brown said, according to Josh Peter of USA TODAY Sports. “I’m out of it now, man. Unfortunate situation, but we don’t make excuses and we’re going to make the best of it.”
That is certainly a change in direction from what Brown usually says, as he has typically made nothing but excuses for the string of incidents—both on the field and off the field—in which he has been involved over the last year.
Antonio Brown added that he still wants to return to the NFL and wants to serve as a positive example to all of the kids who look up to him:
“I’m going to make them proud, man,’’ Brown said. “I’m planning to come back to the NFL.’’
The 31-year-old said that he thinks he’s “got a shot” to play in the league again, but given all of the trouble Brown has gotten himself into, whether it was rape allegations from his former trainer, sending threatening text messages to a woman who accused him of sexual misconduct or his latest incident where he allegedly physically attacked a moving truck driver while also throwing rocks at his truck, getting back into the NFL will be a tall order for the seven-time Pro Bowler.
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