Bruce Arians Admits He Told Antonio Brown “Get The F-K Out Of Here”

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians admitted that he told Antonio Brown to "get the f-k out of here" prior to Sunday's outburst in New York

Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians tried to stay tight-lipped when speaking on all the drama surround Antonio Brown on Sunday. But after the receiver spoke out, Arians is now forced to respond.

After Brown chucked off his pads and headed for the locker room, Arians deemed his days as a Buc were over. But when the receiver claimed he was told to leave after telling the coach his ankle was not well, Arians responded.


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Bruce Arians would go on to say that Antonio Brown told him “I ain’t playing” because he wasn’t satisfied with how many targets he was getting during the game, and that’s when he told the troubled receiver to “get the f-k out”.

Antonio Brown and his camp have continued to paint Bruce Arians as the guy who forced Brown to play despite his injury. But after everything that’s gone on over the course of AB’s career, it’s pretty damn hard to take his word for what went down on the field Sunday.

While this saga is far from over, it leads us to an all-too-familiar question: will we ever see Antonio Brown play in the NFL again?


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