Antonio Brown continues to target Caitlin Clark with inappropriate comments regarding her private area

Orel Dizon
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Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Days after Antonio Brown initially posted inappropriate remarks about WNBA newcomer Caitlin Clark, the former wide receiver is at it again, sharing some more crass comments about the Indiana Fever rookie’s private parts.

It’s unclear what Brown is trying to achieve with his social media posts. After all, Clark has already sent a message by blocking the problematic sports figure on X (formerly known as Twitter).

Courting controversy is nothing new to Brown, whether on social media or the football field during his playing days.

Some folks might remember that back in 2017, the Florida native went on Facebook Live while inside the Pittsburgh Steelers locker room. The team had just defeated the Kansas City Chiefs to set up a meeting with the New England Patriots in the AFC title game.

In the video, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin could be heard talking disparagingly about the Patriots and imploring his players to keep a low profile. A couple of players seconded the motion, saying they should keep it cool on social media — little did they know that Brown had already violated the league’s social media policy and exposed the team’s private moments.

Even his exit from the NFL was quite scandalous.

Playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the seven-time Pro Bowler helped the squad clinch the Super Bowl championship in the 2020 season, marking his first title ever. They had high hopes of repeating in the following campaign, but he walked away from the franchise in unfathomable fashion.

During Tampa Bay’s Week 17 matchup against the New York Jets in the 2021 season, Brown was seen throwing his jersey and shirt into the stands before running off from the field into the locker room.

He hasn’t played in an NFL game again since then, but his activity on social media has gotten people in the sports world talking about him from time to time.

Fortunately for Clark, it appears she has learned to block out some of the negative noise that has surrounded her hyped entry into the WNBA. After a successful collegiate career, she is now set to take the professional ranks by storm. The hype is palpable, with tickets for Fever games costing three times as much as they did last season.

It remains to be seen if the University of Iowa product can live up to the expectations.

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