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Silver Minings: Does Antonio Brown believe he is the victim of ‘haters and doubters’?

Lindsay Jones of The Athletic is unimpressed by Brown at Super Bowl press conference ahead of Bucs-Chiefs game

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Antonio Brown talked to the media on Wednesday in preparation of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl on Sunday.

Count Lindsay Jones of The Athletic as being unimpressed by Brown in the presser. Jones wrote that Brown acted like he was the victim as he talked about haters and doubters. Of course, Brown’s issues were self-inflicted as Jones writes.

There’s no reason to raise your blood pressure and revisit Brown’s awful, short tenure with the Raiders in 2019. But it begs the question: Does the thought of Brown and Tom Brady winning a Super Bowl together make you want to root for the hated Chiefs just a little?

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