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Antonio Brown apologized for threatening an ESPN writer

In the first week of September, a senior writer from The Undefeated Jesse Washington had published a story about the Steelers’ superstar Antonio Brown, and this might have bothered the player very much. In less than one month, Antonio Brown had blasted a “crown reporter” from the media house of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. And this week the star receiver of the Steelers has issued an apology after he reportedly threatened the write-in social media. Washington was threatened as he published a critical and unflattering profile of the player.

In the statement to Post-Gazette, Brown said that “the judgment that he made in twitter the previous week was a mistake from his side and he apologized to that. Brown even said that “It is not okay in his part to threaten anyone, he has the spiritual and the professional need to be a better person and a better player.

According to Brown “he still doesn’t agree with the part of the published story which depicts the negative side of his private life, and he revealed that there must have better control of his actions on social media as his fan keep track on him via social media.”

Antonio Brown is one of the NFL’s best yappers, but Brown’s history with the media is quite topsy-turvy. The same thing happened when the senior writer of ESPN, Jesse Washington penned for The Undefeated piece and titled it as “Antonio Brown is an Instagram All-Pro. But is that the full picture?” This happened on Friday last week, and it led to Brown tweeting and then deleting the post by addressing the author, “@jessewashington wait to I see you, bro, we went see what your jaw like.”

In the meanwhile, Washington captured a screenshot of the offensive tweet even before Brown could realize it.

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