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NFL Rumors: Antonio Brown Retirement Rumours Spark New Life After Losing Cool at Former Teammate

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    NFL Antonio Brown Retirement Oakland Raiders

    Antonio Brown is big trouble for the Oakland Raiders which could soon be moved out of the team. The Raiders are fed up with the star and have given him a final warning to make up his mind. Brown has been acting crazy and finding excuses to avoid training camp sessions with the Raiders team. First, he got a feet injury by not wearing protective gear in cryotherapy and later he threatened to retire over a helmet issue.

    It is not the first time that Brown is being a drama queen. Even in his previous team of Pittsburgh Steelers, Brown had a lot of issues with his teammates including Ben Roethlisberger. In recent events, Brown lost his cool over his former teammate and it hints towards his early retirement from the Raiders.

    Issue with Ben Roethlisberger

    Antonio Brown Issue with Ben Roethlisberger

    Antonio Brown and Ben Roethlisberger had so many issues that the former decided to change teams. In a recent interview, Ben apologized for his behavior saying that he was too harsh on Brown. While Roethlisberger regrets the whole issue with Brown and believes the friendship could have been better, the opposite is not true.

    Antonio in a now-deleted tweet wrote that he never considered Ben a friend and told him to shut up. It indicates that the experts were right about Brown suffering from a mental illness and losing his mind to game injuries.

    Antonio Brown to Retire Soon

    Antonio Brown Retirement

    Oakland Raiders are doing their best to get Brown in the team while he is not co-operating at all. There are also rumors that Brown might be doing this intentionally to get a deal from the team of New England Patriots. The reason being Raiders lagging in the race of playoffs and the Patriots as the top contenders for the next Super Bowl title.

    Whatever the reason is, one thing is evident that Brown might leave the Raiders soon. It could be retirement or changing teams, Brown will no longer be a part of Oakland Raiders for much time.

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