A model who famously exposed Antonio Brown for sliding into her DMs is now paying the price for that decision.
According to Instagram model Emmy Lou, as a consequence of her outing Brown’s efforts to woo her, he ultimately blocked her.
Now she has taken to social media in quest of a new athlete to call her own.
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Last year, this enterprising young woman went viral after posting a serious of provocative photos of herself in Brown’s Raiders jersey. It eventually caught his attention, and the infamous wide receiver replied by telling her she was “sexy.”
She subsequently exposed him, and thus their promising friendship blew up.
As important as Brown’s ongoing relationship with various Instagram models is, the far more interesting thing as it pertains to him is his playing status.
As of now, he continues to find himself without a team.
It is easy to forget now, but before 2019, Brown amassed more than 1,280 receiving yards over the span of six straight seasons. Moreover, he also led the entire league in yardage and receptions on two occasions during that period of time.
Throughout his career, Brown has recorded 841 catches for 11,253 yards.
Once upon a time he was a beast, and he may still end up being one if he ever gets another chance to play.
— Game 7 (@game7__) October 3, 2020
Recently, Deion Sanders made an interesting case for why someone ought to take a chance on Brown again.
“You can trust him,” he said.
“You know why? Because he’s hungry. Because he hasn’t been on that stage — unless he was rapping — in quite some time, and he missed those wonderful, cool, loving hand claps of those adoring fans that named him and titled him ‘AB.’
“Oh, yes, you can trust him right now. You know why? Because he hasn’t received an NFL check in quite some time. When you separate a man from his money, life gets tough.”
It is an interesting point of view, no question about it.
Will Brown ever play another snap in the NFL again? Time will tell.
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