AB says he won't play in NFL in 2022: I've 'done everything in the game'
The NFL might be done with Antonio Brown, and the wide receiver says he isn't looking to find a way back.
Asked if he would suit up next season during an interview at a Fan Controlled Football game, Brown said, "Nah, don't play yourself looking at me to play."
"Obviously, we live the game, but you can't play forever," he added. "I think I'm a great player that's done everything in the game."
There's been no reported interest in Brown from any NFL teams since he was released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after dramatically walking off mid-game in Week 17.
Brown recently said he's hoping to retire with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he spent the first nine seasons of his NFL career and racked up the second-most yards in franchise history (11,207).
The 33-year-old was still an effective player in his final year in Tampa Bay, catching 42 passes for 545 yards and four touchdowns in seven appearances.
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