Antonio Brown wants NFL team to sign him to ‘expose a D’

Free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown tweeted Sunday that any NFL team that needs more offensive production should sign him because he can “expose a D.”

This comes after video obtained by The Post surfaced of Brown exposing himself to stunned hotel guests at a Dubai hotel pool back on May 14.

The video shows Brown shoving his bare buttocks into the face of a woman in the pool before flipping around and lifting his entire body out of the water to the shock of the hotel guests.

Eyewitnesses said Brown had just met the woman and that she was not happy about the incident after the fact.

Brown was asked to leave the hotel shortly after the incident. The hotel had also received earlier complaints about Brown’s activities.

The complaints included Brown smoking what they believe smelled like marijuana in his room.

A representative for the hotel declined to comment.

I’m telling every team that needs some offense to pick up AB bc he’s shown that he still has the ability to expose a D@nfl

— AB (@AB84)

After the incident was first reported by The Post on Saturday, Brown went on Twitter to voice his opinions on the matter.

“It’s crazy to me that even after I retire there is disinformation coming out about me,” he tweeted. “Ironically, during a time when the NFL is getting heat for allowing players to play when they’re clearly concussed. They’ve been using black men as guinea pigs.”

It seems to be incident after incident for the former wide receiver. Back in January, Brown shocked the NFL world when he ripped off his jersey and ran around in the MetLife Stadium end zone during the Buccaneers-Jets game before heading to the locker room. Tampa Bay released him a few days later.

Before the 2020 season, Brown was suspended for the first eight games for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy. This came after his former trainer, Britney Taylor filed a lawsuit accusing Brown of sexually assaulting her.

In 2020, Brown pleaded no contest to burglary and battery charges in Florida after attacking a driver of a moving truck that was delivering some of his possessions from California. He was ordered to serve two years of probation that included taking anger management courses.

Brown’s talents when on the field, even at 34, would be hard to question. The seven-time Pro Bowler helped the Buccaneers win the Super Bowl two years ago and has 928 career catches for 12,291 yards and 83 touchdowns.

This tweet theft is the worst thing you’ve done this week

— Ya Swol Boi Eazy E (@3Horstman)

Weirdly enough, Brown’s original tweet seemed to have been tweeted out almost exactly word for word 20 minutes prior and he was called out in his comments.

It is unknown what consequences, if any, Brown will face for his actions in Dubai.

This content was originally published here.

Share this story