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Antonio Brown’s Agent DROPS Him, Says He Needs Professional Help! + AB Tweets ‘They Want To Finish Us’

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Antonio Brown’s agent has terminated his relationship with the former NFL player until he seeks professional help. Deets inside…

Disgraced NFL star Antonio Brown is losing vital people in his life.

Powerful NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus – who has worked with football stars like Chad Ochocinco & Terrell Owens – has terminated his working relationship with AB until he gets professional help. And we all know what types of drama Drew has been going through with AB since the Raiders and the Patriots released him (and even before that) last year.



According to reports, the NFL agent informed AB he has terminated their client-agent relationship in writing. In the letter, it explains Drew will revoke the termination if AB decides to secure appropriate counseling within the next five days.

Is Rosenhaus looking for an out now that AB doesn't have a consistent NFL income, or is it just coincidence he's just now determining he "needs professional help"?

AB seemingly responded to the news of his agents dropping him, tweeting:



”They want to finish us,” he tweeted.

The termination will not be official until a five-day waiting period under NFL Players Association rules, so AB still has a chance to get his act together…if he wants to.

The Hollywood PD also cut ties with the former NFL star a few days ago. They’ve had it with AB's "very rude and disrespectful" behavior, so they returned a large donation check to the wide receiver.

A comeback in the NFL isn’t looking too bright, especially after he worked out for the New Orleans Saints, but messed that all up when he came with an entourage and camera crew. Yep, you guessed it. He was told NOT to do that and he did it anyway.

News of his agent dropping him comes days after a super disturbing run-in with the Hollywood PD and his kids’ mother, Chelsie, where he cursed HER and the police out in FRONT of his kids. Sports analyst Stephen A. Smith reacted to the situation on “First Take,” which you can check out below:

Of course, AB responded:



”Didn’t know words was a crime... we can exchange words... how about you come to South Florida and let’s speak ‘Quite Frankly,” he tweeted. "Words are not a crime. Do not be afraid to use your words," he continued.





This guy…


Photo: AP



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