The NFL has been free of the drama surrounding Antonio Brown for a while.
Even though he has not officially retired, his days in the NFL are over.
He has become too much of a problem off the field for any team to take a chance on him.
Brown was last seen on an NFL team in 2021 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Now when his name is mentioned it is seemingly for all the wrong reasons.
According to TMZ, via Dov Kleiman, a judge ordered the police to arrest Brown due to unpaid child support.
Update: A judge has ordered the police to arrest the former NFL WR Antonio Brown over unpaid child support, per @TMZ pic.twitter.com/ppmvZzAH6x
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) April 21, 2023
This is just another example of a long list of issues Brown has faced over the years.
Brown has seemingly taken a turn for the worst and many people that used to be fans of his are worried.
Man I hope AB has someone to take care of him. He was an absolute awesome baller—he was one of my favorite receivers
— Cam Curtis (@CamCurtis11) April 21, 2023
The fallout of Brown has been sad to see because he was once the best wide receiver in the NFL.
He put together a six-year stretch in Pittsburgh where he was arguably the most dominant player in the sport.
This man had it all wow
— Trey Smith (@Treymansss) April 21, 2023
EASILY could’ve been a top 5 WR all time…and said “nah”💀
— Cody Crabtree |o| (@crabtree_cody) April 21, 2023
Mostly all NFL fans are now wondering “what if” for Brown’s career.
He still had a few good years ahead of him before he spiraled downward.
Brown would have been a lock to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
But, it appears as if his recent issues will give the voters a tough decision to make.
Craziest What If, players in the sport…based on their own wrong doing. https://t.co/HiHQuSlWTQ
— Ryan Howell (@RyanHowell_17) April 21, 2023
His play on the field was elite for many years.
But, all the problems he caused away from the game have led to a disappointing ending to his career.NEXT: Colts GM Gets Honest About Lying Before The Draft