Antonio Brown has managed to steal headlines this Sunday even after being released by the New England Patriots.
During the week, the Patriots cut bait with Brown after Sports Illustrated recovered threatening text messages allegedly sent by Brown toward a woman who accused him of unwanted sexual advances in 2017.
This morning, Brown took to Twitter and went scorched earth, saying he won't be playing in the NFL anymore and then taking shots at Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Shannon Sharpe, Ben Roethlisberger and others. It is clear the 31-year-old wide receiver is not in a good place right now.
In an emotional segment on ESPN's NFL Countdown, Randy Moss delivered a message to Brown.
"I've been saying for the last couple months about just shutting up and playing football," Moss said. "Now, you're here at home tweeting on Sunday. That's our day to go out there and do what we love to do. You've been to Pittsburgh, you've been to Oakland, you've been to the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. Of all those three places you've been, up to today, where is the accountability for his actions?"
Moss also cautioned that those close to Brown need to keep an eye on him now that he isn't playing in the NFL.
"Now that he doesn't have football, the people around him better just pay attention and keep him close," he said.
The downfall of Brown has been stunning to watch in real time, and sadly, it doesn't appear to be finished just yet.