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Antonio Brown Blames Buccaneers for Mid-Game Exit, Says He Was Injured

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Antonio Brown Blames , Buccaneers for Mid-Game Exit, Says He Was Injured.
Fox News reports embattled NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown blames the Tampa Bay Buccaneers organization for his
recent dramatics on the field.
In a game against the New York Jets on Jan. 2, Brown seemingly called it quits out of nowhere, ripping off his uniform before
exiting the team tunnel.
I didn’t quit.
I was cut. I didn’t walk away from my brothers. , Statement from Antonio Brown NFL wide receiver, via Fox News.
Brown says his frustration stemmed from
a previously undisclosed ankle injury.
Coach denied on
national television that
he knew about my ankle.
That’s 100% inaccurate. , Statement from Antonio Brown NFL wide receiver, via Fox News.
The wideout says a recent MRI found fragments of broken bone lodged in his ankle.
Head coach Bruce Arians maintains
he was unaware that Brown was
dealing with an injury.
I don't know that
he was [injured]. , Bruce Arians, head coach Tampa Bay Buccaneers, via Fox News.
He left the field and that was it.
We had a conversation
and he left the field. , Bruce Arians, head coach Tampa Bay Buccaneers, via Fox News.
Brown says the Buccaneers organization
was very much aware of his injury.
He claims team staff injected him with a
strong painkiller before the game.
I played until it was
clear that I could
not use my ankle... , Statement from Antonio Brown NFL wide receiver, via Fox News.
...the pain
was extreme. , Statement from Antonio Brown NFL wide receiver, via Fox News

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