Since the final leg of the 2018 campaign, Brown has been embroiled in several scandals... though he doesn't keep his wide receiver up at night.

Antonio, who put his career on hold after three scandal-ridden campaigns, has reflected on what he describes as the biggest regret of his time in the NFL.

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The 34-y-old wide receiver took to his media on Social to claim that he hasn't been plagued by either off-field or on-field controversies that have centered him in recent seasons.

The only thing he changes is the fact that he can't see himself in action.....

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"My biggest career regrets are not calling my GM a 'cracker,' losing a hot air balloon and freezing my feet at Rider Camp, or throwing a rock at a UPS driver.

Take off your shirt and do a mid-game victory lap around Jets Stadium, handing out two passes...........

“My biggest regret, myself, is that I never got to see Antonio Brown perform live. I can't imagine what it would be like to see The Beatles or Jesus perform at Red Rocks."

Long list of problems Brown cites many of the controversies he has been involved in, but there are many he omits.

Michigan alum had a falling out with the rest of the Pittsburgh Steelers' locker room at the end of the 2018 season and was traded to Las Vegas as a result.

He later got into an altercation with the NFL over the league's helmet rules. He pushed him to the ground.

There were reportedly ongoing arguments with Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians. Suspended for presenting fake vaccination certificate.

But the most serious scandal was the sexual abuse lawsuit he faced in 2019. The player's former coach, Britney Taylor, 

Accused Brown of sexually assaulting her before the couple later came to terms. After not playing, we separated WR.