Antonio Brown confused a lot of people on Sunday when he took off his jersey, threw his undershirt and gloves into the crowd, and ran off the field during the Buccaneers-Jets game and into the tunnel. That includes the MetLife Stadium security people who reportedly almost tackled him.

According to Fox Sports sideline reporter Jen Hale, security guards noticed Brown, who was shirtless at this point, running into the endzone while the game was in play on the other side of the field, and initially approached him thinking he was a fan who had jumped onto the field. Thankfully, they quickly realized who he was and let him run into the tunnel of his own accord. It was already a surreal enough scene without having fans witness one of the players get tackled by security guards to top it all off.

The latest incident in the Antonio Brown saga this season might just be the last straw for his time in Tampa, though many are discussing the role that head coach Bruce Arians and the Buccaneers have played in enabling Brown because of his football skills when they should have been paying closer attention to his mental health needs.

While social media is certainly having a field day with the moment, there are likely some serious consequences ahead for Brown, not to mention some serious conversations involving Buccaneers brass. Thankfully, the MetLife security folks reacted quickly enough to avoid adding any further fuel to the fire.

[Dan Wetzel]

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