Antonio Brown is back in headlines for all the wrong reasons.
On Thursday afternoon, it was reported that AB’s former personal chef was accusing him of obtaining a fake Johnson & Johnson vaccine so he wouldn’t have to face strict protocols from the NFL.
Antonio Brown Allegedly Used Fake COVID Card To Get Out Of Protocolshttps://t.co/pNyBq4WhVU
— SideAction (@SideActionHQ) November 18, 2021
Antonio Brown’s lawyer Sean Burstyn kept his message short and sweet. But he did hold firm that his client was vaccinated.
Spoke with Antonio Brown’s attorney Sean Burstyn, who maintains that Brown is, in fact, vaccinated. He said, “Be like Antonio brown and get the vaccine.” https://t.co/VogdCgFZ93
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 18, 2021
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The Buccaneers would also release a statement on the bizarre Antonio Brown story.
“After an extensive educational process conducted throughout our organization this past offseason highlighting the benefits of the COVID-19 vaccines, we received completed vaccination cards from all Tampa Bay Buccaneers players and submitted the required information to the NFL through the established process in accordance with the league policy,” the team said. “All vaccination cards were reviewed by Buccaneers personnel and no irregularities were observed.”
— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) November 18, 2021
So it seems like everyone has Antonio Brown’s back in this one.
However, given the dude’s background, I don’t think we can sit here and give the benefit of the doubt. I wouldn’t be surprised if AB still gets in some form of trouble for this.