Tampa Bay terminated the wide receiver’s contract after leaving the team in their match against the Jets and they responded to injury allegations.
The team announced Thursday, four days after wide receiver Antonio Brown took off his helmet and walked off the field during the game against the New York Jets, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have terminated his contract, effective immediately.
“Although Antonio had treatment for his ankle and was placed on the injury report the week prior to Sunday’s last game, he obtained medical clearance to play from our medical staff prior to the start of the match and did not do so at any point during the match. It refers to our medical staff who He can’t play.
“We have attempted, on multiple occasions during this week, to schedule an evaluation by an external orthopedic surgeon, however, Antonio has not complied. Maintaining the health and well-being of our players is of great importance to our organization.”
Brown and his lawyer, Sean Borstein, said on Wednesday that he told the Buccaneers that he was too hurt to continue playing with his injured ankle, while coach Bruce Aryan denied knowing the nature of his actions, and Brown did not say he had contact with him or him. The medical body his ankle was bothering him.
However, the hacker official said ESPN That Brown was furious in the first half of Sunday’s game against the Gates about not getting balls the way he expected and that he had to reassure him.
Brown’s lawyer said Musk’s ankle injury, not balls in his direction, was Brown’s frustration.
Bucs General Manager Jason Licht said ESPN And Brown and his agent, Thursday, submitted a request last week to guarantee the remaining incentives of two million dollars from his contract for this season, and the team rejected the request.
Brown said in a statement on Wednesday that he had to play with an ankle injury and would need surgery, which is why he was unexpectedly knocked out of Sunday’s game in the third quarter.
An NFL spokesperson said ESPN This Thursday, Brown will not be sanctioned by the league for his actions during Sunday’s game.
Annoyed by the bench, Brown, who had been on the field for 26 games, stripped his jersey, gear, and jersey, and threw his gloves into the stands. He then ran into the end zone while both teams were on the field and waved to the crowd as he made his way into the locker room.
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