Are Bucs Players Bitter About Antonio Brown Quitting?

April 7th, 2022

Unnamed on network TV.

Joe is convinced when furniture-tossing, bicycle-winging, tantrum-throwing, quitting receiver Antonio Brown jogged into the tunnel after doing topless jumping jacks in the end zone at MetLife Stadium, so too went the Bucs’ chances of a Super Bowl repeat.

Joe wondered then and now how much of a grudge other Bucs players who busted their tails and didn’t whine felt about Brown’s stunt, which very likely Pearl Harbored the Bucs chances at history.

Well, you be the judge below.

Last night on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Bucs tight end Rob Gronkowski appeared. (Joe dealt with that earlier.) During a cool segment when Gronk joked how the Belicheats would likely pull a player off the field if he had a chance at a bonus compared to the Bucs trying to make sure players got their bonus, Gronk began to tell a story about Brown.

It was clear who Gronk was talking about but refused to say Brown’s name.

If the current Bucs fail to win another Super Bowl, Joe cannot imagine they will look back fondly at Brown’s quitting stunt in January.

Also, remember Tom Brady feeding Brown (and his ego) so he could hit the bonus Gronk referenced cost Ronald Jones a chance to break 1,000 yards rushing. Joe guesses that could have been a bonus for RoJo as well.

You can see the clip in the ABC video below.

82 Responses to “Are Bucs Players Bitter About Antonio Brown Quitting?”

  1. SB~LV Says:

    What ever the adjective they certainly should have been at the time

  2. Robert Says:

    where is AB playing now?

  3. Rod Munch Says:

    You need to get the story right, Joe. He didn’t quit — Arians himself says he cut him on the sidelines, that’s what Brown was responding to when he threw his fit. The order is important. AB didn’t walk out on the team, Arians cut him, mid-game, after Brown said he couldn’t play because of an ankle injury. Arians says he didn’t hear Brown say his ankle was hurt, but reporters with people on the sideline say Brown did in fact say that.

    This entire story has been one of the biggest fake news stories of the year – the version of events that happened is nothing like what people keep printing, even as they also print Arians saying he fired Brown on the sidelines.

  4. unbelievable Says:

    Hahaha there is no doubt that was referencing AB.

    And yes RoJo got shafted in that one.

    Oh well, neither are Bucs anymore! I also think Gronk will come back after OTAs are done…

  5. unbelievable Says:

    @Rod – what?

    Arians never said he cut him on the sidelines. He told him to get off the field if he wasn’t gonna go back in (after AB had a meltdown during halftime in the locker room). That is not firing him.

    Talk about fake news…

  6. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Rod Munch, why are you rehashing old he said-she said stuff? It’s been covered a million ways and none of it discounts the fact that AB is a selfish, arrogant d-bag. That outweighs his ability on the field.

  7. dmatt Says:

    Once a quitter always a quitter. Steelers, Raiders, now Bucs. A zebra doesn’t change its stripes. AB could’ve easily took one for the team n weathered the storm during team battle then did damage control after the fact. Oh, I forgot, pride, arrogance, narcissistic, self centered, selfish, n egotistic collectively
    were barriers that deterred him from taking that approach.

  8. Steven007 Says:

    To use one of your favorite words Rodney, the coach “literally” cannot cut a player on the sidelines. The coach wouldn’t cut him in any case. Just like coaches don’t sign players. They may want a player,, or want him gone, but they’re not responsible for either of those things.The GM would sign or cut. Or perhaps ownership in rare cases. Regardless, the release of AB did not occur on the sidelines so stop playing that crap.

  9. MadMax Says:

    who dat?

  10. SB~LV Says:

    AB is going be stretched out on the street in Liberty City if he doesn’t make the life changes necessary to be a part of society.
    I pray he finds the help he needs, or rather is ready to accept the charges he needs to make in order to receive the help.

  11. Rod Munch Says:

    unbelievable – You’re incorrect… this is Arians version of the event…

    “He was very upset at halftime about who was getting targeted…it started again on the sideline, we called for the personnel group that he had played in the entire game, he refused to go in the game, that’s when I look back and saw him basically wave off the coach. I then went back, approached him about what was going on, ‘I ain’t playing.’ ‘What’s going on?’ ‘I ain’t gettin’ the ball.’ That’s when I said you’re done, get the F out of here.”

    The problem with that version of events is that Greg Auman says, a 3rd party on the sideline, heard Brown tell Arians his ankle was hurt and he couldn’t play. There wasn’t anything about ‘I ain’t gettin’ the ball’ that was said – at least according to that report. Regardless Arians says Brown didn’t say anything about being hurt, when the reporting says otherwise.

    I’m not just bashing Arians here, it’s a packed NFL stadium, it’s loud, Arians is almost 70 years old, it’s very likely Arians didn’t hear Brown say he was hurt. I don’t think Arians would tell a guy to go play after he says he was hurt. But when you got a 3rd party saying Brown did say that, and Arians denies it, he’s either lying or didn’t hear it.

    I said that week that this happened, that I hope this isn’t all over Arians not hearing what Brown said and throwing a fit. Of course AB then acted like a clown and that’s all people report on, but the order of events is very important. AB didn’t quit – he was fired, that’s even what Arians says himself.

    I mean even Clyde Christensen made the comment after the season that he wishes it was handled differently.

  12. Pewter Power Says:

    Oh yea but it is much harder to play for BA than the patriots head coach lol uh yea ok

  13. MadMax Says:

    He was already going mental before the game even started….not being part of the huddle…the vid is out there.

    I still want to punch him in his face but its not worth the jail time.

  14. SufferingSince76 Says:

    A third party without a name is hearsay and worthless.

  15. Rod Munch Says:

    SufferingSince76 – the point of ‘rehashing it’ is just to get the story straight. What happened is not what people think happened. AB is a clown, but Arians instigated the event. The order of events is important.

    Steven007 – I ‘literally’ don’t disagree with you, but that’s what Arians says he told AB. The quote is above, it was on this website at the time it happened as well. But AB is a clown, and people like to laugh at clowns, and that’s where 99.9% of people stopped with the story. But if you keep reading, it’s more interesting than nutjob goes nuts.

  16. Ash Says:

    Ab certainly hurt when he did what he did but it was the wirfs injury that killed the run not the ab thing.

  17. Alanbucsfan Says:

    AB should have notified the team at halftime that he was too injured to play anymore that day – instead , he bitched about not getting enough targets and then waited until the middle of the game to refuse to go in.
    True, Arians could have just replaced him and dealt with it later, but that doesn’t excuse AB from making a spectacle of himself both in the locker room and on the field.
    Bucs lost to Rams because of unprepared D and Wirfs’ injury. Not because of missing AB.

  18. Anonymous Says:

    Wanna know everything about someones character? see where they stand on the AB issue… The people defending him are likely the same people defending storming the US Capital when an election doesnt go your way and assaulting police officers. AB has been a problem everywhere he has gone primarilly because other low character people enable him by blaming others for his behavior.

  19. Steven007 Says:

    Munch, as I’m sure you already know, just because the coach says it, it doesn’t make it so. He can say he cut him but you immediately know he didn’t (because he can’t) thus nullifying the comment. Regardless, this is the ultimate in dead horse beating. Neither AB or BA are relevant to what’s happening with the team today. Perhaps BA tangentially but I think you know what I mean. He’s no longer coach. The other guys no longer receiver. Aside from that, who cares at this point?

  20. Marine Buc Says:

    @ Rod

    You make a solid point.

    Both BA and AB are to blame for this ridiculous display.

    We made a deal with the devil and it worked out in 2020. It blew up in our faces in 2021.

    This is usually the outcome when making deals with El Diablo.

  21. Ash Says:

    @rodmunch Mike Evans made mention of the ab saying he was not getting enough targets and him being upset about it there were interviews he did after it happened where ab himself mentioned it the Uber driver was saying ab was complaining about it in the car as well as his anger over his contract so that also happened even if he was injured. It is also the physical trainers job to inform the head coach of injuries because he can only be aware of so much as he is managing a game they did not inform him and he was not being looked at by any physical trainers and getting kick off the sidelines is not the same as being cut but at the end of the day people are right it all boils down to he said he said no one but those two know what really happened and the intent.

  22. Jimmy Says:

    >>> He didn’t quit — Arians himself says he cut him on the sidelines <<<

    Bullish!t!!! Why did Arians cut him on the sidelines? Because the SOB p@ssy refused to go in the game.

  23. David Says:

    For all those still believing AB or thinking the Bucs are lying… Give it up.
    He’s a P O S diva who has thrown everyone and anyone under the bus everywhere he has ever been.
    If it’s CTE, whatever, that is not an excuse to be an a. hole.

    Good riddance

  24. Steven007 Says:

    I mean come on. He contradicted himself by saying he was mad about the lack of targets. Well if you’re injured supposedly, you’re not going to get any targets and you should be happy about that fact. He repeated this several times after his display. And obviously said it to Evans as well. His actions before and since have solidified his complicitness. Could the coach have handled it more gracefully? Obviously. He didn’t. Carry on.

  25. Rico Says:

    Rod butt munch, how could you even defend ab after he turned on Brady and the bucs Organization?the bucs gave this idiot a team to play for and a Super Bowl. Most of the crap that you post makes no sense anyways

  26. Robertg Says:

    Yes, they are bitter no matter what Rod Munch says. AB quit on the coaches and team players during game. It was reported by his own teammates during halftime that he was complaining about not gett enough targets. Think Evans reported that

  27. ricky Says:

    Joe why not covering bucs players instead of hanging to the past. Like the only reason we lost was AB. Please stop posting about Jameis and AB.

    Yeah i know you can post whatever you want.

    post more players profile for the draft instead of this crap.

  28. New England Patriots Fan Says:

    Tom Brady was pulled last game which may have risked Gronk not getting his end of year bonus, Tom ignored BA direct order to sit on bench (caught on Tv) and went on field to target Gronk to ensure he got his bonus

  29. gotbbucs Says:

    AB is an idiot and he baited Arians right into a sideline confrontation. AB got exactly what he wanted out of that maneuver.

    Arians by his own admission had nothing to do all week with game day prep, so what was he doing on the sidelines making decisions?

    This is the thing that bothered me so much about Arians time with this team. For what he did good, there was equally bad. He drove around practice on a golf cart watching coaches coach, didn’t want anything to do with calling plays, didn’t want anything to do with weekly game day prep, but was all too eager to interject himself into the game on Sunday’s.

    When they announced his retirement and said what his role will be going forward, I thought, how is that any different than what he’s been doing the whole time? Biggest difference is now at least, hopefully, he won’t be on the sidelines pissing off the refs and bitching at players and throwing silly challenge fans.
    I’m sorry, I appreciate the guy, but what a buffoon he was sometimes.

  30. New England Patriots Fan Says:

    AB had 2m of his 3m total salary riding on performance bonuses. For whatever reason he was cut or quit in jets game, after the game it was clear he left roster as he was cut by Tampa a few days later. He also was verbally fired off verbally by BA on sideline for not going in that was clear and it’s why Evans tried to keep him from leaving as it was a heat of moment.

    Him not playing cost the team a SB, and the bad play calling which Brady had issues with also cost them a half against the Rams, until Brady went rogue and score 24 unawnsered points in second half.

    Brady retired in disgust at the bad end of year coaching.

  31. New England Patriots Fan Says:

    No player said one bad thing about AB, a few weeks later Brady retired and 2 months later BA was gone and Brady was back. Actions speak.

  32. GOB Says:

    We’ll never know the exact truth. Brown is a cretin, that much is for sure. Arians is a blowhard with a temper of his own. Just ask the guy he smacked on the sideline. This is also true. It doesn’t need to be black and white, blame can exists on both sides. I’m of the mind its about 70-30 in Arians favor. BA ate poop from AB all year, and kissed his ass. we’ll probably never know all the crap AB pulled behind the scenes.
    Just a side note, continuing to call the Patriots the belicheats is beneath you Joe. You may as well call Tom a cheater. After all, didn’t this cheating benefit Brady as much as Bill. Let me remind you of Brady’s direct involvement in deflating football’s, and obstructing the investigation. The bradycheat. That’s probably what all you bucs fans said before he joined your laundry.

  33. 1sparkybuc Says:

    With either Godwin or Brown the Bucs win another Lombardi. Brown quit on the team. Worthless human garbage.

  34. PassingThru Says:

    I don’t know what happened, but my interpretation was that Brown was injured but not incapacitated. I get Arians being pissed off that he wouldn’t re-enter the game, but I also think that Arians should have walked away to keep the situation from escalating. Brown is an ass, but he knew the team needed him, and he knew that Arians didn’t want him on the team. You have two guys in a heated situation who could not control their mouths, impulses, or tempers. That was a toxic cocktail.

  35. SB~LV Says:

    Trash has long left the curb but the stench is still lingering
    SAD AB just doesn’t get life

  36. SOEbuc Says:

    I thought it’s been offial that guy was F’d up in the head a long time ago.

  37. SOEbuc Says:

    That is a difficult sport for a rich, unbelievably huge azz hole that is bipolar. They were asking for off field stuff, then they got that.

  38. Buddha Says:

    I don’t agree. The loss of Godwin was much more crucial.

  39. Lamarcus Says:

    Did we even believe we was gonna repeat?

    It’s sickening to hear that our whole entire SB season was strapped to a player like AB. That alone was irresponsible. If you was to do that, that makes your team eliminated before it even started like our team

  40. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Lamarcus, do the Rams win without Kupp?

  41. BUCman Says:

    When you sign Antonio Brown you have to know it’s going to end badly! Just ask the Steelers, Raiders, & Patriots.The man is sycho!! This was a signing Brady pushed and Bruce Arians put up with his sh$t for as long as he could. They will be much better off this year with Russell Gage as WR3. Love the roster building Jason Licht is doing this off-season.

  42. Goatfarmer Says:

    Hey New England Buttfan – you have better sources who know more than everyone else, eh? Wow.

    How much salary do you get a year as a top notch investigative journalist? I’m sure Brady would have preferred to stay with Belichoad. Oh, wait…..

  43. Ash Says:

    I believe bucs could have still won without ab and Godwin I really believe it boiled down to the oline wirfs was out Josh wells was playing injured Jenson was playing injured Brady literally had to get rid of the ball as soon as it was snapped even if he had those two on the roster it would have been a hell of feat to pull out a win with the state of the oline and they still almost pulled it off which is missed on alot of fans who are only focused on the last play.

  44. Oxycodoms Says:

    They think of him as a joke . These are professionals you are talking about not the normal whiners you find in the general public. Professionals have different standards

  45. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Ash, the score was 27-27 or 0-0, the Kupp catch & run was the game. BA told AB he was done and told him to get the F out you’re done. Do you stay at your job and drive home in your bosses car pool if you’re in that situation? Not saying AB was without fault but BA caused the eruption.

  46. Listnfrmafar Says:

    The players were probably more upset with BA than AB. If only BA stayed home with covid like he was supposed to.

  47. Proud Bucs Fan Says:

    All the players know that BA is a liar. AB acted like a fool, but BA was the start and cause of it all.

  48. Goatfarmer Says:

    Proudbutt and Listophrenic – it must be pretty cool to share the same hallucinations, huh?

    You should move off the synthetics and go with psilocybin.

  49. Eric Says:

    amazingly no one is picking up the poor misunderstood soul.

  50. SB~LV Says:

    LOL Eric!
    Baby, can you understand me now?
    Sometimes I get a little mad
    Don’t you know, no one alive can always be an angel
    When things go wrong, I seem to go bad
    … I’m just a soul whose intentions are good
    Oh Lord, please don’t let me be misunderstood
    … Yeah, baby, sometimes I’m so carefree
    With a joy that’s hard to hide
    Yeah, and other times it seems that
    All I ever have is worry
    And then you’re bound to see my other side
    … Oh, I’m just a soul whose intentions are good
    Oh Lord, please don’t let me be misunderstood
    … Well If I get edgy, I want you to know
    I never mean to take it out on you
    Life has its problems, I get more than my share
    But there’s one thing that I would never do
    … Oh, I’m just a soul whose intentions are good
    Oh Lord, please don’t let me be misunderstood
    … Well If I get edgy, I want you to know
    I never mean to take it out on you
    Life has its problems, I get more than my share
    But there’s one thing that I would never do
    ‘Cause I love you
    … Oh, now don’t you know I’m human
    I got my faults just like anyone
    And sometimes I lie awake, alone, regretting
    Some foolish thing, some sinful thing I’ve done
    … I’m just a soul whose intentions are good
    Oh Lord, please don’t let me be misunderstood
    I said, I’m just a soul whose intentions are good
    Oh Lord, please don’t let me be misunderstood
    Oh, I’m just a soul whose intentions are good
    Oh Lord, please don’t let me be misunderstood

  51. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Goatpunder, BA admitted it. Get your story right. You’re the only one I’ve heard of that has a man crush on a 69 yr old washed up senile coach. Sorry my bad there is Steven007 he shares your infatuation.

  52. Steven007 Says:

    List, I’m absolutely fine with the recent coaching change. I liked BA from before and certainly assumed he’d be a better head coach than any of the previous few we had. And he most certainly was.

  53. SB~LV Says:

    So… are you saying TB is gonna be winning with BA’s team 🤓

  54. WalkdaPlank Says:

    Rod needs to get his facts straight and stop with the speculations and “he said she said some reporter said AB said…”


    -AB had a well documented ankle injury that he was doing just fine with the week prior and the 2 quarters prior to leaving the Jets game

    -AB claimed to be in “excruciating pain” yet never once again exhibited such pain. Not when he was making cuts in the game, not when he was dancing on the field, and not when he was seen in heels waiting for an Uber. It’s one thing to say the adrenaline was kicking in, but that’s not what he said, he said “excruciating”.

    – Mike Evans is on record saying AB was complaining about targets, not his ankle.

    – AB never once went to the trainers about his ankle. Not in the game, not in the locker room at halftime, and not after he danced off the field. He was in “excruciating pain” but never thought to see the medical professionals whose job it is to tend to him just feet away?

    – AB has been lying through his teeth, posting fake X-Rays and then deleting it, and has been kicked off of 4 teams with bad endings in his career.

    But yeah, Arians…. LOL

  55. Listnfrmafar Says:

    TB is going to win with Brady’s team. He did more recruiting than BA and continues to recruit.

  56. lambchop Says:

    @Rod Munch,

    There’s a thing called HALFTIME. All of this BS that AB was talking about, should have been brought up at halftime. They literally came out and he had his pout fest.

    What 3rd party? I’d rather trust a named source in Mike Evans who said he was pissed about his targets.

    AB doesn’t get the benefit of the doubt. Sorry.

  57. BelleGladeBuc Says:

    Rob Gronkowski can’t stand Antonio Brown.

    He just called AB out on national tv show on Jimmy Kimmel, saying that AB is an ungrateful person and a quitter.

    Gronk and TB12 are best friends.

    Gronk’s statements about AB show all you conspiracy theory people who said TB12 was upset about BA for the AB thing we’re wrong.

    Gronk wouldn’t even give AB the respect of saying his name, because to Gronk an ungrateful quitters name is not worthy of being spoken from his lips.

    AB won’t say anything to Gronk, because AB is a small man and he’s a coward and he’s worried that Gronk would have to take him out of the club.

  58. westernbuc Says:

    Not that you can read much into “likes” but Mike Evans doesn’t throw down many likes towards AB’s non-football related posts.

  59. Ash Says:

    Yes you do stay I’ve played football in high school and college been yelled at plenty of times during that time been yelled off of practice a few time take the l and come back it’s part of the testosterone and competitiveness that is football I don’t leave and cry about and never come back that’s for sure.

  60. BelleGladeBuc Says:


    ME13, Godwin, Miller, Rojo, Smith, Marpet, Jensen, Cappa were all starters on offense for the Bucs prior to TB12 arriving, and all 8 of them were starters for the Bucs after TB12 arrived.

    That’s WR1, WR2, WR3, RB1, and 4 out of 5 lineman on the Bucs prior to TB12.

    The Bucs run a 3-4 defense.

    Suh, Vea, Gholston, Shaq, JPP, White, LVD, Whitehead, Davis, and Dean we’re all starters on the Bucs prior to TB12.

    10 out of the 11 Bucs defensive starters were on the team prior to TB12.

    @List, when 81% of the starters were on the team prior to TB12, then that data tells you that TB12 won with Jason Licht’s and BA’s team.

    Stop embarrassing yourself @List.

  61. BelleGladeBuc Says:

    MANY people, including me, who played in college were cursed out by their coach and told to get off the field and that they were taking our scholarship and they were giving it to someone that wasn’t as sorry at football as us.

    We ain’t soft. After that happens in the heat of battle, we talked like men with our coaches and it was all good.

    People like @List who defend AB never played and are as soft as cotton.

  62. ChiBuc Says:

    The scorpion and the frog. You knew darn well that AB is a scorpion who would eventually drown both himself and his ride (bucs) by stinging you. So what are you even talking about? It is a fools game to argue with a rock to roll over.

  63. BUCman Says:

    Listnfrmafar…….. Nothing you say makes any sense and quite frankly you come off as an extremely bitter person only looking to bring others down to your level of negativity. Just so you know, your posts make you look completely ignorant about football. Not sure whats going on in your life but you should get help dude, you need it.

  64. BelleGladeBuc Says:

    I’m getting tired of people who don’t understand football and blame the loss on one person or one play, and give credit to one person when they win.

    The Bucs played horribly on offense for 3 quarters against the Rams.

    They had 11 drives in the first 3 quarters. 4 punts happened, 1 missed FG happened, 1 INT happened, 1 fumble happened, 1 kneel down happened, 2 FG and 1 TD.

    When 8 out of 11 offensive drives are failures, and quite frankly FGs when the other team is scoring TD’s is a failure in my book, your offense is failing.

    The Bucs defense had some big turnovers to keep us in it in the first 3 quarters, but to keep it real, they gave up 27 points to the Rams in the first3 quarters.

    For the 1st 3 quarters of the game the Bucs offense failed, the defense failed and the Special Teams failed, especially with the kickoffs that went out of bounds.

    When all three phases of a team fail, it’s the Bucs team’s fault why they lost. Not one person or one play.

    It’s all the plays that the Bucs failed on with their offense, defense and special teams that cost the the Playoff game against the Rams.

  65. stpetebucsfan Says:

    The ankle story is bogus. If it was his ankle he should have told the trainer not Arians. Only a gullible sucker believes this was over anything but AB’s historic horrid personality and SELFISH attitude. THIS WASN’T THE FIRST TIME.

    But that is all irrelevant. There is NOTHING that would justify AB going full blown arsehole on national TV.

    As for costing us the SB that’s a genuine overstatement. CG14 was also lost did that cost us the SB.

    IMO neither cost us. Brady was still connecting with targets when given the time. The loss of Tristen Wirfs before the LA game against the best DL in the league was more critical than either of the two receivers.

    AB would have done squat unless we have an OL that could protect Brady enough to get the ball to him.

  66. kaimaru Says:

    Stop it @Joe. The fact is that no rookie contract has incentives. Period, end of story. Stop being butt hurt for ROJO not making 1k yards.

  67. Brett Says:

    I wonder if any of the BA/AB friction involved Brady. Maybe Tom had AB ready to go, and BA did some things that aggravated the unstable AB that ultimately led to predictable results. Maybe that cost the Bucs the Super Bowl in Tom’s mind.

  68. Crickett Baker Says:

    BelleG..I just love your posts today. Rock on. GTF outta here does not mean you are fired. lol

  69. cmurda Says:

    @Rod. Get outta heeee. I’m usually on Team Rod man but you’re just blinded by the lights…. reaching. A.B tried to sell that really hard and maybe could have at least had people saying it was possible that B.A. “fired” him. There’s just 2 problems with that:
    1) A.B wasn’t born yesterday. He knows the coach doesn’t “fire” you in the middle of a game. It doesn’t work that way. Are you going to try to stretch when B.A. said you’re outta here or whatever he said as you are off the team. If that’s the case, A.B’s mental game is far worse than I could have imagined.
    2) A.B. himself said that he was frustrated that he supposedly wasn’t getting targeted enough in the game so he could once again hit his performance bonuses. Let’s do a very quick analysis. Bucs went out of their way to make sure A.B got his perfromance bonus in 2020. Why would they sabotage him the next year? Additionally, Brady targeted A.B more than any other receiver to that point. Most importantly, he couldn’t play because his ankle was sop bad but that was his complaint?

    Come on man. Maybe CTE, maybe not but either way A.B is a bum.

  70. Lokog Says:

    When we lost Chris all our chances went to. Green light aints fans on site for chris

  71. Drunkinybor Says:

    @ Rod What in the hell are you talking about? Are you seriously defending a dude who threw off his Buccaneers gear Like it was garbage. I must have ALOT more respect for our franchise than you. We have. Awesome legacy and for anybody let al alone a contractually obligated player to throw our Bucs jersey as if we are trash is mind bogginlgly infuriating. Go root for whichever team is desperate enough to sign that Bi Polar lunatic. I have lost all respect for you. Yuck. That might nit matter much to you. But I will look at every post you make and immediately disregard it. You buenf a smart apple will say ” I never read your posts lol and never will haha.” Brat ya too it jack apple

  72. David Says:

    They should be. It’s almost time to just use that is more fuel to the fire

  73. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Ya Belleclown, 81% that went 7-9. Looks like 19% sure picked up the slack. Ash, I’ve been kicked in the arse, pop corn rubbed in my face, grabbed by the face mask and whacked in the head, went through hazing my freshman year of college, screamed at and many other degrading things and still I am not bitter but if my coach told me get the F out you’re done, I’m done. Same as any job whether AB warranted it or not. All done on national television. If it were Payton and Kamara you’d be calling both of them a joke. Grow up, don’t be a hypocrite.

  74. John Collins Says:

    It was the Jets 4 season wins sure spotted a couple of tds but there was an anticipation of Brady go time not a game AB needed to come up big but for that drama to be so close to the surface is disappointing

  75. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Yes John it was, disappointing for BOTH men.

  76. PassingThru Says:

    Here’s a quick check-list for that disaster:

    Was Brown pained by an ankle problem? Most likely

    Did that ankle problem inhibit his ability to play? Most likely not

    Did Arians want Brown on the team, prior to the incident? No

    Was Brown aware of Arians not wanting him on the team? Yes

    Was Brown aware of the Buc dependence on him after Godwin’s injury? Definitely

    Those were all factors at play. Brown is crazy and will always test the waters to see what he can get away with. Arians has a temper. Both have big egos. I could see Brown pushing Arians due to his enhanced importance after Godwin went down for the season. I can see Arians resenting the trouble Brown had caused in the past, and was causing that day.

    That’s the way I see this situation. It was just a matter of time before Brown was going to push the envelope to its limits, and the best time for him to push was when his contract incentives were at stake, and the team’s increased reliance on him due to injury, and at a point in the season where you cannot trade for talent. In other words, the Bucs were lucked. That’s why Brown chose that particular time to push, and why Arians should have walked away and simply not played him for the rest of the game, and sat him the next game as well.

  77. BelleGladeBuc Says:


    You are the dumbest and fakest person on this site.

    Nobody believes you. You didn’t play ball at all.

    AB is a liar. Period. The. End.

    The reactions from Bucs fans to you says it all.

    Gronk called AB out. Gronk thinks he’s an ungrateful and bad teammate. I agree with Gronk.

    @List thinks Gronk is wrong about AB. @List is an excuse maker for the entitled horrible teammate AB.

    AB is soft as cotton. He’s a little child that needs to be coddled. He’s not a man.


    TB12 addition vs Winston subtraction was all that the Bucs really needed.

    Wirfs and Winfield were drafted and became starters. Wirfs and Winfield were never recruited by TB12. Wirfs and Winston were BA and Licht picks. TB12 had nothing to do with those scouting evaluations.

    The only player that TB12 recruited to the Bucs was Gronk, but Licht still had to trade for him.

    You’re a joke @List. You don’t know what you’re talking about. You’re a maroon.

  78. BelleGladeBuc Says:


    You are the dumbest and fakest person on this site.

    Nobody believes you. You didn’t play ball at all.

    AB is a liar. Period. The. End.

    The reactions from Bucs fans to you says it all.

    Gronk called AB out. Gronk thinks he’s an ungrateful and bad teammate. I agree with Gronk.

    @List thinks Gronk is wrong about AB. @List is an excuse maker for the entitled horrible teammate AB.

    AB is soft as cotton. He’s a little child that needs to be coddled. He’s not a man.


    TB12 addition vs Winston subtraction was all that the Bucs really needed.

    Wirfs and Winfield were drafted and became starters. Wirfs and Winfield were never recruited by TB12. Wirfs and Winfield were BA and Licht picks. TB12 had nothing to do with those scouting evaluations.

    The only player that TB12 recruited to the Bucs was Gronk, but Licht still had to trade for him.

    You’re a joke @List. You don’t know what you’re talking about. You’re a maroon.

  79. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Dumbbells, Sherman, Bernard, AB, Bell, Ryan,, Mason and he was in on Lenny. Not to me tonight the FA’s that stayed because of him. Your last post you’re fun of those with ADHD , now those with special needs, you’re a real class act Belleclown.

  80. BelleGladeBuc Says:


    I love it when a person who clearly has issues with us people if color likes to project their own insecurities on to others.

    Talking to a kid with ADHD is difficult. That’s a fact. All scientists agree. Talking to you is like talking to a kid with ADHD. No judgement that they are bad or good wax ever stated. You prove my point.

    You nicknamed Todd Bowles a name that references human physical waste that people of color have heard their skin color compared to FOR YEARS. It ain’t new.

    After being told that this was offensive to people of color, you said that it’s all good because you make fun of white people too.

    At least you didn’t say some of your best friends are African Americans.

  81. BelleGladeBuc Says:


    You once again prove how ignorant of the Bucs you are.

    Richard Sherman, Giovanni Bernard, Ryan, Mason, Bell were not members of the 2020 Bucs Super Bowl Roster.

    AB was suspended for multiple games in 2020, only starting 4 games for the regular season. AB was WR4 on the Bucs per stats.

    Lenny was RB2 for most of the Bucs 2020 Super Bowl Season.

    10 out of 11 starters on the Bucs 2020 Super Bowl roster were on the team prior to TB12. Winfield joined them through the draft, and not by being recruited by TB12.

    8 out of the 11 starters on the Bucs 2020 Super Bowl roster were on the team prior to TB12. Wirfs joined them through the draft, and not by being recruited by TB12. Gronk and TB12 are the only two starter on the 2020 Bucs Super Bowl roster that you could say were influenced by TB12.

    Because of those facts TB12 won his 7th Super Bowl title with BA’s and Licht’s team, and not his.

  82. BelleGladeBuc Says:


    I’m cool with being called a dumb bell. Dumb bells help you get strong and have been used to neutralize people permanently.

    My new name for you is @racelist.