Antonio Brown says Tampa Bay Buccaneers tried to bribe him into going to go to the ‘Crazy House’

On Tuesday night, in his first interview since being released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Antonio Brown, along with his lawyer Sean Burstyn, will join Bryant Gumbel on HBO’s Real Sports.

During the interview, Brown told Gumbel that the Buccaneers offered $200,000 to go to the “crazy house.”

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