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  1. Took long enough, but the Oakland Raiders have finally had it with all of the petty crap, extreme drama, and crazy antics of the D.I.V.A known as Antonio Brown. Earlier today, they did what any sensible NFL team would have done with a player who causes so many issues and kicked Antonio to the curb after AB went on Instagram demanding he be released when he found out that his petty antics from the past week effectively screwed him out of the $30 million guaranteed in his contract.

    Hopefully Antonio (who walks out of Oakland with ZERO money since he violated every term of his contract, thus allowing the Raiders to not pay a single cent to him) takes some time to reflect on his stupidity and gets some help. Dude has some incredible talents, but ever since Vontaze Burfict nearly took AB's head off in the Playoffs when the Steelers were playing the Bengals several years ago, AB has been spiraling out of control with a massive ego, childish antics, and stirring the pot to the point where NFL teams don't want to deal with his shit anymore.

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    2. BlackSquirrell1


      And are the Patriots stupid enough to pick him up?  We can only hope there is some intelligence in the NFL and NOBODY deals with his sorry ass again.

    3. damon8r351


      It's usually the Cowboys that like picking divas for their roster. Historically.

    4. MossyOakRcn42


      @BlackSquirrell1 your hunch (about the Pats being stupid enough to pick him up) was correct. Everyone in the AFC just died a little inside knowing that the Patriots (barring some sort of injury bug or freak occurrences) will most likely be representing the AFC in the Super Bowl again at the end of the season.

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