Antonio Brown: ‘I think I owe the whole NFL an apology’
According to reports, the Bills were close to a trade for the wideout last offseason. It evaporated, however, after Brown expressed opposition to the deal. That led to the wideout trolling and making fun of the Bills if you will.
The star wide receiver had more than his fair share of mess-ups in the past year. Part of that included the Bills very early on in the long, long list.
Exclusive: Watch Super Bowl Live Stream Reddit
“I think I owe the whole NFL an apology and my past behavior,” Brown told Anderson. “I think I could have done a lot of things better.”
Brown spoke two days after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league’s No. 1 concern is Brown’s well-being, not his potential return to the league.
“I was pleased to hear that after 140 days that there was some positivity about me because as of late I’ve just been the cancer of the NFL,” Brown said, referencing Goodell’s comments at his state-of-the-league address Wednesday. “The problem child, the guy who gets in trouble, the kind of guy who has the bad narrative about him.”
Asked whether he believed Goodell, Brown told Anderson: “I’ll believe it when we see it.”
Asked whether he needs mental health help, Brown added: “We all need mental help.”