SJ - November 19, 2021
Antonio Brown's COVID-19 vaccination status became a big story around the NFL on Thursday, because it's 2021 and of course it did. The reason is AB's former chef says he was asked to get AB a fake vaccination card, then saw what he says AB told him was a fake one.
AB has denied the claims through his lawyer Sean Burstyn. His lawyer later took things a step further by saying that not only is the Buccaneers wide receiver vaccinated, but he's willing to get a booster on TV.
Antonio Brown's attorney Sean Burstyn, told me Brown is vaccinated and, “If Antonio’s doctors and the guidelines require a booster shot, then at that time, he’ll be happy to do it live on TV and everyone can come watch.”
— JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) November 19, 2021
What a time to be alive. At least there's never a dull moment right? In addition to AB's lawyer's claims, the Bucs released a statement saying there were no irregularities observed. I'm sure despite all of the claims by AB and the Bucs, we haven't heard the end of this....
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