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Tampa Bay star Antonio Brown abruptly left Sunday's game against the New York Jets. The reason for the outburst is unknown but could involve a variety of issues such as an injury or Brown's role on the team.

Brown made his presence known right before he departed. After taking off his helmet and shoulder pads, he ripped more clothing and threw it into the crowd. Brown sprinted to the end-zone to wave his arms and jump around. MetLife security told ESPN they thought it was a streaker and almost tackled him.


Reports claim Brown re-injured an ankle and refused to come back into the game. Brown stormed off when Buccaneers' head coach, Bruce Arians, disagreed with how hurt he was.

Arians said,

"I wish him well. If he needs help, I hope he gets some. It's very hard. Because I do care about him."

Hours after the Buccaneers defeated the Jets 28-24, Brown posted his new song Pit Not the Palace on Twitter. The One minute song includes how young boys look at him for inspiration, love for people, and how he does not need a stylist.

The same day, Brown released a new song titled "Pit Not The Palace". He was also released from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This is Brown's third team in the past three years. He has a history of not having the most extraordinary relationship with NFL teams. The real question is will Brown play football again? If not, will he pursue his rapping career?

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