Antonio Brown attacked the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tom Brady’s personal trainer Alex Guerrero on Monday after the Bucs lost to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
Brown, the free agent wide receiver who left the Buccaneers in the middle of a game against the New York Jets at the end of the 2021-22 season, sent a tweet directed at the Buccaneers and TB12 Sports.
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“Thought they could find someone to do what I do @Buccaneers @TB12sports,” Brown tweeted. “I’m still waiting, sorry ahhhhh guys.
“What happened Alex Scam Guerra…should have gone to college to get a degree and hurt players and get double compensated without any education…doing happy foot massages.”
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The tweet seems to underscore the gap between Brown and Brady. The seven-time Super Bowl champion took Brown under his wing when the wide receiver first joined the New England Patriots and then the Bucs. He was training at the TB12 sports facility at some points.
Brown has been a thorn in Brady’s side this season, constantly pressing him about his divorce from Gisele Bündchen and his play on the field when Tampa Bay has dipped below .500.
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Some of Brown’s messages have even caught on to Guerrero, including one in August. In January, Brown posted screenshots of messages between himself and Guerrero, claiming that Guerrero had yet to pay back the money Brown gave him for working out.