Makes me wander how many concussions Antonio Brown has sustained. Luke Kuechly, recently retired at 28, due in part to 10 concussions over the past 3 years.JD Spydo wrote: ↑Thu Jan 16, 2020 2:05 pmJust got some more "ANTONIO BROWN" news His agent Drew Rosenhaus has dropped him. He says until he seeks professional help from a mental health professional he will no longer try to work with AB . This is so sad to see a young guy who had such huge potential literally throw his life down the toilet like he's doing. But I don't blame his agent for dropping him at all. I seriously doubt now if AB could even land a job in the XFL much less ever be on another NFL team again.
It's so sad because I'm sure he had at least 4 to 5 really good years left in his career.
Back on a positive note: Who disagrees with me that Mike Vrabel should be named as NFL Coach of the Year? In line behind him should be Mike Tomlin for doing as good as he did in an almost impossible situation and still almost made the playoffs. But if the Chiefs make it to the Superbowl this Sunday I wouldn't mind if they gave the honors to Andy Reid for as hard as he has worked for so many years now. It will be most interesting to see who gets the honors this year.
Concussions are serious business