Antonio Brown Finishes Probation A Year Early

June 22nd, 2021

The revival of Antonio Brown’s historic NFL career took another step forward today — and he didn’t even have to write a woman a check.

Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network and one of Brown’s lawyers, the Bucs’ future Hall of Fame receiver is no longer on probation. Brown was sentenced a year ago after an assault charge following a hassle with a furniture mover. Brown was ordered to complete two years probation, anger-management classes, community service and time with a psychologist.

It appears Brown was super diligent in meeting his commitments and is now free of court supervision.

Good for Brown, who has yet to resolve the civil matter related to the incident.

Joe’s always happy to see a guy going in the right direction.

And Joe is extra pleased to learn Brown’s anger management training is behind him. That could come in handy this season if Bucs receivers and tight ends all stay healthy and targets are much harder to come by.

23 Responses to “Antonio Brown Finishes Probation A Year Early”

  1. ModHairKen Says:

    Well done, AB. Well done.

  2. Casual Observer Says:

    Agreed. Well done. AB is a super star – a great addition!

  3. SlyPirate Says:

    Everyone deserves a second chance.

    Hopefully he’s learned because I doubt he gets a third.

  4. 813bucboi Says:

    he’s a cancer…lol…

    great work AB!!!!

    NOW LET’S GET 2!!!!!!

    GO BUCS!!!!

  5. SB Says:

    SlyPirate Says:
    June 22nd, 2021 at 1:52 pm
    Everyone deserves a second chance.

    Hopefully he’s learned because I doubt he gets a third.


    Um I am thinking he has had at least three.

  6. Pine Hills Says:

    His civil trial is in Dec.
    Hopefully won’t be a distraction.

  7. Buxszntkt Says:

    Second chance, isn’t this his fourth ?

  8. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    MAGA. “Make Antonio Great Again”

  9. JimmyJack Says:

    Wow thats crazy because years ago when i got probation i had no possible option to off early. I guess the laws have since changed.

  10. Medicated Pete Says:

    No one provoke him till after February

  11. PassingThru Says:

    Just keep AB away from furniture. That man doesn’t like furniture.

  12. 123urout Says:

    As long as he remains discipline and respectful of others, nothing but a bright 2021 season for AB. GO BUCS!! GOOOO BOLTS!!!!!

  13. Crickett Baker Says:

    WTG AB! Living the better life!

  14. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Can’t fault a man for cleaning up his shat.

  15. Mike C Says:

    Laws change when you have money JJ

  16. EA Says:

    What a model citizen this guy is

  17. Alvin Scissors Harper Says:

    Civil trials are way, way behind due to Covid. His trial will be continued and won’t occur in December.

  18. Scooter Says:

    Josh Gordon got a fifth chance.

  19. 6throundpick Says:

    Respect. Football. Rings. Legacy. Have fun, AB.

  20. SB Says:

    Um Alvin, Just to help keep you up to date, there will BE NO civil trial.
    He settled with her out of court.

  21. Brevard Buc Says:

    2nd , 3rd , 4th… chances.

    Hard to keep up! Hope he keeps it all business for the year so we can move on after. I don’t see him here long-term. History is not on his side.

    Teams will find you use for you if you can produce. Off the field, issues be damned.

  22. Capt.Tim Says:

    “And he didnt even have to write a woman a check”

    Good for him!
    Wish I knew his secret.

  23. Evolvingbucsfan Says:

    People saying great work AB, i agree, but what about great work TB12! only guy that could reign him in and had him freaking move in with him!!

    The legend of Tom “Freakin” Brady continues…