Last Friday on The Breakfast Club, Antonio Brown claimed he’s spoken to Tom Brady about reuniting.
“We would like to make it happen,” said Brown.
On Monday, during his appearance on ESPN’s First Take, when he wasn’t ripping ESPN for their Myles Garrett-Mason Rudolph coverage, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said about Brown, “Once a Steeler, always a Steeler.”
In neither of these cases should anyone put any stock in Brown eventually playing for the Patriots, the Steelers, or whatever team with which Tom Brady ends up signing a new contract.
Meanwhile, Brown, who says he plans to meet with teams at the NFL Combine to discuss his possible return to the NFL, has been keeping busy dropping some fresh new tracks as he prepares for his boxing match with Logan Paul.
His latest effort produced by Renegade Reazy is entitled “Andrew Luck.”
What Andrew Luck ever did to warrant being dragged into the mess that is Antonio Brown’s life has not been revealed, but apparently, if I am decoding AB’s lyrics correctly, the wide receiver is somehow comparing his being out of football (not by his own choice) to Andrew Luck also being out of football (100 percent by his own choice).
The track begins with audio from Andrew Luck’s retirement press conference and gets somehow gets even stranger from there.
I got the game and I’m not on stuck
I’m out the way like Andrew Luck
Everybody callin’ my phone, shut up
You know, because Antonio Brown and Andrew Luck are basically the same person, right?
Give it a listen below. Or don’t. It doesn’t matter.