Antonio Brown still hasn’t left New York after an epic sideline meltdown that may have ended his NFL career. He even found time to take in a Brooklyn Nets game.

The former Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver was spotted courtside at Barclays Center on Monday night, watching the Nets take on the Memphis Grizzlies. Brown was shown on the YES broadcast dressed in a black, blue and white track suit and sunglass.

Former Tampa Bay Bucaneer Antonio Brown attends an NBA basketball game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Memphis Grizzlies
Antonio Brown
Corey Sipkin

The causal night out came after coach Bruce Arians said Brown is no longer a member of the Buccaneers after he reportedly refused to go back into the game when asked by staff. Brown, according to NFL Network, did so because he believed he was injured. An ankle injury kept the 33 year old out of two practices earlier in the week.

He also reportedly lost out on $1 million dollars in potential contract bonuses by being cut by the Buccaneers. Brown’s future in the NFL could be in jeopardy after his viral public display coupled with his repeated off the field issues.

Former Tampa Bay Bucaneer Antonio Brown attends an NBA basketball game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Memphis Grizzlies
Antonio Brown popped up at the Nets-Grizzlies game at Barclays Center a day after walking off the field mid-game.
Corey Sipkin

With just one week left in the NFL regular season, Brown will likely have plenty of free time on his hands. If he’s interested in sticking around the Big Apple, the Knicks face the Pacers at the Garden on Tuesday night.

Source: NYPOST

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