Day: January 3, 2022

Pat McAfee Shares What He’s Heard About Antonio Brown

Former Colts punter Pat McAfee looks on during the team's Ring of Honor ceremony.

Former Colts punter Pat McAfee looks on during the team’s Ring of Honor ceremony.

Sports media personality Pat McAfee shared what sources told him regarding the Antonio Brown situation on Sunday. The now-former Bucs receiver seemingly quit mid-game. Tossing his gear into the MetLife stands and running off the field shirtless.

Here’s what McAfee had to say on Twitter.

“Sources have told me that AB actually pulled himself [out] of the game,” the Sirius XM host tweeted. Continuing, “Went to the bench and said he wasn’t going back in… Then… some convos happened… BOOOOM all hell breaks loose.”

Adding, “Story obviously developing.”

It was seemingly only a matter of time before Antonio Brown found himself no longer on the Buccaneers roster. When the team originally brought the seven-time Pro Bowl WR in, Bruce Arians said AB was on a zero tolerance policy.

Following very public fallout with the Steelers, Raiders

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Buckeyes beat Utes in Rose Bowl Classic

Jaxon Smith-Njigba turned in the best receiving performance in bowl game history as No. 6 Ohio State stormed back to beat No. 11 Utah, 48-45, in the Rose Bowl.

Smith-Njigba had 347 receiving yards and three touchdowns and what we all thought could be the game-winning score in an incredible throw-and-catch from C.J. Stroud with less than five minutes to go.

But it wasn’t. The TD came after Utah QB Cam Rising had to leave the game after his head hit the turf while he was getting sacked. Rising attempted to throw the ball away as he was swarmed by Ohio State defenders and his body immediately tensed up after his head hit the ground.

Rising was able to walk off the field after he was examined by trainers but went into the team’s injury tent and didn’t return to the game. He was replaced by walk-on QB Bryson Barnes,

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