Antonio Brown is nearly BROKE, court filing reveals as controversial ex-NFL star owes nearly $3million despite  earning $80 million over 12 seasons

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Antonio Brown is reportedly broke and owes his creditors nearly $3 million after earning around $80 million in salaries over a dozen NFL seasons.

The Albany Times Union reports that Brown owes debts to eight different creditors, according to a court file. Moreover, Brown, 35, cannot afford three six-figure civil judgments against him, including a $1.2 million payout to a truck driver he allegedly assaulted in 2022.

Brown claims in court that he has only $50,000 or less in assets.

He has also hinted at financial problems in a series of social media posts, including one in which he admitted he is broke.

Following the sudden end to his NFL career in 2021, when he left the Tampa Bay Buccaneers sideline following an in-game altercation with coaches, Brown purchased Albany’s National Arena League team in 2023 to help the team get off the track to boot in the midst of enormous financial problems. .

Antonio Brown is reportedly broke and owes his creditors almost $3 million

Brown spent the 2010 through 2018 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he emerged as one of the NFL’s top threats, twice leading the league in yards.

His career subsequently took a downturn due to several controversies on and off the field, including having his contract voided by the Oakland Raiders before the start of the 2019 season.

He split his final three NFL seasons with New England and Tampa Bay, and his career ended when Brown took off his jersey, pads and gloves while walking off the field during the Buccaneers’ 2021 regular-season finale against the New York Jets. Brown announced his retirement a few months later.

The drama continued into Brown’s tenure in Albany. Players and suppliers complained they were not being paid, the Empire changed coaches three games into the season, while eight players were suspended after a player filed a serious harassment report with police over a dispute that took place on the team bus, The Albany Times-Union reported in March 2023.

More recently, he was accused of sexual harassment after a series of lewd social media posts about WNBA star Caitlin Clark.