Antonio Brown has been having himself a pretty crazy month and now that he's not on an NFL team, he's been spending all of his time on social media. Today, Brown got back on Twitter and claimed he would be coming back to football very soon. It seems like there are plenty of teams who still want to sign him although he'll have to wait until the NFL investigation against him has been completed.
After telling people he would be coming back, Los Angeles Rams safety Eric Weddle was in Golden Tate's Twitter replies saying he didn't need a guy like AB on his team. Of course, Brown saw these comments and immediately went off on Weddle with some trash talk. "U need some attention lil man glad I put that stuff arm in your neck in pittsburgh u deserved it Lil Weedle," Brown wrote.
Weddle eventually clapped back which led to a quick back and forth between the two. Fans were pretty shocked by the entire exchange and it all ended with Brown posting a picture of his aforementioned stiff-arm against Weddle. Brown even took some shots at the Sports Illustrated reporter who broke the story about some of his exploits.
You can check out the Twitter exchange below.
Eric Weddle Cut By Ravens, Plans To Play Next yr
Weddle was the quarterback of the Ravens protection.
Safety Eric Weddle has a fairly spectacular profession within the NFL since being drafted by the San Diego Chargers again in 2007. He has picked up 6 Pro Bowl appearances, with three of these coming in all three seasons that he has performed with the Baltimore Ravens. Weddle had one yr to go along with the Ravens, however at 34 years outdated, the purple and black determined to chop him, making him right into a free agent for the upcoming season, in line with ESPN. While Weddle is perhaps with no workforce, for now, he's wanting ahead to subsequent season.
"What an ideal three yrs we had in BMORE!!! three Pro Bowls, #1 DEF, 2018 AFC north Champs. Ravens took an opportunity on me and can perpetually be grateful. Our household will miss Maryland. Excited to see the place I find yourself subsequent season!!!!" Weddle wrote on Twitter.
Weddle was thought-about by many to be an exceptional teammate and chief. He was additionally the quarterback of the Ravens protection, which was one of many league's finest this season. Ravens defensive finish Chris Wormley commented on the information saying "One of the best leaders I've even been round! Thanks for all the things Uncle Weddle!"
The veteran security might be allowed to signal wherever he desires as of March 13th when the NFL offseason formally begins.
Eric Weddle Is Having Second Thoughts On Retirement If Ravens Release Him
Weddle has one 12 months left on his contract.
Eric Weddle has had a fairly prolonged profession within the NFL. The Baltimore Ravens Safety was initially drafted by the San Diego (Now Los Angeles) Chargers again in 2007, the place he performed for 9 seasons earlier than shifting on to Baltimore. Weddle has appreciated it a lot with the Ravens, that he stated if the staff have been to launch him within the offseason, he wouldn’t come again to the league and simply retire.
While talking on the Pro Bowl this previous week, Weddle backtracked on these feedback however did say he hopes to come back to an answer with the staff.
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“I am undecided if issues are going to get labored out with Baltimore. Obviously, I need to be again,” Weddle defined, the team’s website. “[We’ll] see if there’s one thing to be labored out. If not, then I’ve had an unbelievable expertise right here and beloved each second. So, if it does occur, we each transfer on, and we’ll see if I will play some place else or dangle ’em up.”
Weddle signed a four-year take care of the Ravens in 2016 and nonetheless has one 12 months left on the contract. According to Sporting News, the security will make $6.5 million in 2019.
The Ravens have been eradicated within the Wild-Card spherical by the Los Angeles Chargers.