Analysis: Antonio Brown’s mental health is no joke
Antonio Brown’s mental health may be an issue for the Pittsburgh Steelers, but this is NOT funny.
The former sixth-overall pick has said in the past that he suffered from depression as a teenager after getting into a car accident, and recently his daughter Cleo had to hold him down during practice because he wanted to leave. Also, it was reported that he sent several text messages over the summer wishing death on himself. The last straw came when reports surfaced of him smoking weed despite threatening repeated drug tests. It seems like every time something bad happens with Brown.
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K Gipson's deep two at the horn helped Miami erase a double digit deficit in overtime, and seal its first Atlantic Coast Conference win of 2019.
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All-NBA teams announced as 2019-20 NBA season gets underway.
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The NBA legend strained his right testicle in the collision before limping off against Detroit.
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Belichick reacts to AB incident, details Pats' mental health philosophy
SSY's Eric Galko
ESPN Staff Writer
Belichick stayed focused on the field. His focus was winning, as he is asked about Brown every week. But amid all of his answers and in a locker room where players were lingering into late October, Belichick drew attention to how New England has tried to keep its leaders from falling behind or being driven off course by outside noise the way other teams are forced to do because they have teammates like Brown who have been dismissed by others as over-the-edge sick -- not just this season with mental health issues but in parts.
The wide receiver has since been released from the team.
Antonio Brown's explanation is that he was tired.
On the day of his suspension, Antonio Brown took to Twitter and Instagram to apologize for walking off the field during Super Bowl LII on Sunday night. He posted a photo with Julian Edelman, an injured player who stayed on the field. The caption read: "This man has my back."
Bills Blog reported:
"...Brown took another dig at what he said were false reports of him missing curfew Thursday, writing Monday morning on Instagram (via ESPN) 'I can guarantee there was never any reason or intent.
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Also the doctor must have had to cancel or defer enough appointments.
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Jan 5, 2022
Congress wrote a letter Thursday urging the Governor "to continue the state of emergency declared on January 2nd."
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Another record number of COVID-19 patients in St. Louis-area hospitals
Dec 31, 2021
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