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Antonio Brown Shares ‘Biggest Regret’

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Antonio Brown raised a lot of eyebrows on Thursday when he posted a tweet about the biggest regret of his career.

One might think it would have been something substantial like quitting on the Steelers in the regular-season finale in 2018 when there was a playoff berth on the line, burning every bridge imaginable in Pittsburgh, or taking his shirt off and running around MetLife stadium mid-game while throwing up the deuces, among a slew of other incidents.

But, no, Antonio Brown said his biggest regret is that he’ll never get to see himself play a game live.

“Sure, I can watch the game afterwards, but I can’t imagine what that was like for you all to see something like that,” Brown said. “Like watching the Beatles or Jesus perform at Red Rocks.”

That last part went like wildfire on social media, and it certainly got the attention that Brown was seeking. It turns out that Brown’s “biggest regret” actually came from a sports satire page.

The Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre in Colorado had fun with Brown and tweeted at him, “That Jesus set was🔥.”

It appears that Brown’s playing days are behind him, as he’s now mostly focusing on his rap career. Brown performed at the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami in July. In May, Brown said he would like to retire from football as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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