Antonio Brown Wanted To Pull A Gun On Albany Empire Players

Written by Tony Ghaul

Former NFL WR Antonio Brown continues to cause chaos. Brown has found himself in the headlines many times, since he last played in the NFL.

According to a new report from ESPN, Brown allegedly threatened to pull a gun on players on the team following a heated argument about a social media post.

Empire players were upset about the post being removed. A conversation about this was in front of Brown at an Albany cigar lounge. 

“AB looked at Ryan [Larkin] and was like, ‘Hey, man, you still got the AR in the car? Go get it,” WR Darius Prince told ESPN.

“Then I was like, I’m not going to allow this dude to walk out of here after you just threatened us. … After he said that, things did calm down and we had a conversation. But the fact is that he threatened us by telling his assistant to grab his AR.”

This is another disturbing incident Brown has been involved with over the past year and a half. He has been involved with lawsuits, sexual-assault allegations, a suspension, criminal assault charges, just to name a few.

Brown’s ownership of the Albany Empire was a disaster. His life since his on field exit with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has been filled with erratic and disturbing behavior.

This man is a danger to himself and those around him. He needs professional help. Hopefully, he gets it and turns his life around.

Photo courtesy of Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

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