Antonio Brown Discusses What He Wants His Legacy To Be

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Antonio Brown has some lofty goals for how he wants to be remembered.

In a video tweeted Wednesday by Fox Sports, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver said he wants his legacy to be remembered as “a sixth-round kid from Central Michigan that never gave up.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

He added that he’s “earned everything” he has, and “persevered through every adversity.” You can watch his full comments in the clip below.

I hate to break it to Antonio Brown, but I’m not sure he’s going to be remembered in such a positive light.

Does it seem like he’s turned his life around for the better? Yes. Is he on the verge of winning the Super Bowl? Yes. Does he seem like he’s in his best place mentally in years? Without a doubt.


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However, that doesn’t automatically erase all his baggage. The dude flamed out on three different NFL teams! Count them!

His exits with the Steelers, Raiders and Patriots were all abysmal.


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At the end of the day, Brown is going to be remembered as a phenomenal talent who could have done much more if he had known how to just stay out of his own way.