Le’Veon Bell Says Antonio Brown Should Chill Out On Social Media, Which Is Sound Advice
Antonio Brown hasn’t played a football game since September 15th when his then Patriots took on the Dolphins, but that hasn’t kept him out of the news, as we know you’re well aware.
Brown has been all over the place, especially when it comes to social media. In the most recent news, Brown went on a wild tirade about how he’s ‘done’ with football and the NFL only to backtrack the same day saying he wants back in the game. It’s just one of the many odd and honestly embarrassing moments from Brown over the past few months.
Fast forward a few days after that scenario and social media did blessed work in finding burner accounts on Twitter that absolutely look to be Brown.
Every single day there seems to be something new on his Twitter and Instagram accounts, but somehow he or nobody in his team has told him to chill out.
Jets running back Le’Veon Bell, who played with Brown in Pittsburgh, offered up some pretty simple advice for Brown when it comes to social media saying that the wide receiver needs to take it easy.
“I think my biggest advice would be maybe not try to do too much over social media, Bell told Pro Football Talk. I mean everybody kind of watches him and follows him and wants to hear what he has to say. So try to keep all the positive energy if you are on social media and try not to post negative things.”
Simple, yet effective. Then again, I’m not so sure the world wouldn’t stop spinning if Brown decided to hop off of social media for a few days.
While all signs point to Brown wanting to return to the NFL as soon as possible, there have been reports saying that it simply won’t happen in large to the fact he hasn’t turned over all evidence and information involving sexual assault allegations against him.