Stephen A. is confident that the Antonio Brown drama is finally over | First Take

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, September 10, 2019
  • Stephen A. Smith weighs in on whether the drama is over for Antonio Brown now that the star receiver is under the watchful eye of Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots.
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  • Tom Wostoncroft

    Tom Wostoncroft

     4 hours ago

    Stephen A is wrong yet again.

  • Maguire Donigan

    Maguire Donigan

     7 hours ago

    This didn’t last well...

  • burn b4 mellow 99

    burn b4 mellow 99

     9 hours ago

    They just got rid of him.

  • Daniel Madden

    Daniel Madden


    Liars have no value.

  • Omar Pasha

    Omar Pasha

     7 days ago

    Stephen A. Smith, if New England would not want nothing to do with Antonio Brown off the field, they would not want nothing to do with him on the field either. So, your explanation on that topic purely does not make any sense. Though you try to sound so educated, I plainly see broken logic behind those so-called educated words!

  • Scott Means

    Scott Means

     7 days ago

    First cheating, then more cheating, then more cheating, then Kraft, then Brown. Birds of a feather people.

  • Darrell Covello

    Darrell Covello

     7 days ago

    Good call

  • Sally Adams

    Sally Adams

     7 days ago

    This man been in the league since 2010 and just started acting this way, calm down. and New England don't need him, so if he is a problem, then bill will let him go no problem, he has never had a problem letting players go

  • peteymp24


     7 days ago

    Super bowl 7 with AB, watch

  • Mark Smith

    Mark Smith

     7 days ago

    Stephen A , one day will have to answer for his criticism...

  • terry terry

    terry terry

     7 days ago

    Why is she Talking, shut up and get in the kitchen

  • Dwin


     7 days ago

    Me: cant wait to see the comment section on this

    Comment section: (underwhelming and predictable comments)

  • Brian Ross

    Brian Ross

     7 days ago +1

    This title is golden 😭

  • El R.

    El R.

     7 days ago +1

    My oh My , the drama over for Antonio Brown? NOT yet!

  • Intelligent Money Investing

    Intelligent Money Investing

     7 days ago +1

    Can't say this aged well

  • Depcom


     7 days ago +1

    Nope, it's only just begun.

  • Panshi Pants

    Panshi Pants

     7 days ago +1

    It's just beginning

  • Jim Barr Official

    Jim Barr Official

     7 days ago +1

    AB will be gone by week 8. - (edited 9/20 - well, I overshot that by 5 weeks).

  • joey frizz

    joey frizz

     7 days ago +1

    wow... I know these heads are wrong very often, but to be wrong that fast... well that takes skill.

  • Eric TheRed

    Eric TheRed

     7 days ago