Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown is back in the headlines.
No, he’s not making an NFL comeback with another new team.
These headlines he’s making are over his antics regarding former teammate Tom Brady.
So what exactly is Brown doing that’s got people talking about him?
Brown Makes Tasteless Twitter Post About Brady
Brown seems to have an axe to grind with the seven-time Super Bowl champion.
On Saturday, he posted on Twitter a photo of a book titled “Daddy Doesn’t Live Here Anymore.”
— AB (@AB84) October 9, 2022
The characters on the cover are the likeness of Brady and his wife, Gisele Bundchen.
With Brady and Bundchen going through a divorce, the attack on him by Brown is tasteless.
However, when people are reminded of Brown’s issues in life, it’s like he’s throwing stones at a glass house.
But there is something even worse with these attacks on his former teammate.
Brady Did Everything For Brown To Help Him Get Back Into The NFL
When Brown was going through legal issues and other struggles, Brady was the one man standing up for him.
With no place to go, Brady took Brown in, literally.
#Bucs Tom Brady on Antonio Brown living with him.
"He’s just getting settled and l know he's looking for places. It's nice to have him around…It's a big transition for him moving across the state not knowing anyone. I'm just trying to be a good teammate and help somebody out''
— Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD) November 3, 2020
The two teammates were roommates at Brady’s house in Tampa back in 2020.
While Brady could have let Brown struggle, he instead took him in and was “trying to be a good teammate.”
However, despite all the good the veteran QB did for Brown, it is being repaid with nasty tweets.
The seven-time Super Bowl QB went beyond what most people do for their friends.
He took in a talented receiver, helping him with his transition to Tampa Bay.
While Brown doesn’t seem to be one to repay a debt like that, Brady didn’t care.
The veteran QB is about being a good sport to his teammates, regardless of how they treat him in the future.