Bucs coach Bruce Arians says Antonio Brown is no longer on the team after Brown stormed off the field mid-game

Antonio Brown walks off the field during a game against the New York Jets.
Antonio Brown took off his shirt and left the field on Sunday.Fox
  • Antonio Brown took off his pads and stormed off the field in the middle of a game.

  • Teammate Mike Evans was seen speaking with Brown before he left the field.

  • After the game, head coach Bruce Arians said Brown was no longer part of the team.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown is at it again.

In the middle of the third quarter of Sunday's game against the New York Jets, as the Buccaneers trailed the Jets 24-10, Brown removed his pads, shirt, and gloves and threw them into the crowd.

After making a peace sign to the fans in attendance at MetLife Stadium, Brown left the field.

It's unclear what led Brown to leave the game.

Video recorded by someone in the stands showed teammate Mike Evans speaking with Brown before he left the field.

After Brown left the game, the Buccaneers stormed back to steal a late victory, scoring 11 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to escape with the win.

Brown was playing in his second game back with the Buccaneers after serving a three-game suspension over "misrepresenting" his vaccine status after he was accused of using fake card at the start of the season.

The Buccaneers brought Brown back after his suspension, but head coach Bruce Arians made it clear after the game that Brown would not be welcomed back again.

"He is no longer a Buc," Arians said, when asked about the incident after the game. "That's the end of the story. Let's talk about the guys that went out there and won the game."

It's arguable that Brown has had more chances than any player in the history of the NFL, but his decision to walk off the field on Sunday may mark the end of his career.

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